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==Notes==
 
==Notes==
* The novel ''[[Lost Destiny]]'' strongly indicates that Carew saw action alongside the Wolf Spiders on Hyperion.<ref name=LD106-CN-1/> This is disputed elsewhere, as Hyperion apparently surrendered to a different command without a shot being fired.
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* The novel ''[[Lost Destiny]]'' strongly indicates that Carew saw action alongside the Wolf Spiders on Hyperion.<ref name=LD106-CN-1/> This is disputed elsewhere, as Hyperion apparently surrendered a different command without a shot being fired.
* The novels ''[[Blood Legacy]]'' and ''Lost Destiny'', as well as the ''[[Tukayyid (scenario pack)]]'', all consistently portray Carew as operating as part of the 13th Wolf Guards (The Wolf Spiders) on multiple occasions throughout the fifth wave of the invasion, including and up through the Battle of Tukayyid.<ref name=BL338340-CN-1/><ref name=LD252-CN-1/><ref name=LD273274-CN-1/><ref name=LD279281-CN-1/><ref name=TSP92-AQF-CN-1/><ref name=TSP94-AQF-CN-1/> This is disputed, as the ''[[Wolf Clan Sourcebook]]'' shows that Carew was not only not part of it at the Cluster at the time of Tukayyid, but that the Thirteenth was entirely without its own attached fighter support.<ref name=WCS7576-13WGC-WS-NC-1>''Wolf Clan Sourcebook'', pp. 75-76, "13th Wolf Guards Cluster", the Wolf Spiders include no fighters in their TOE</ref>
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* The novels ''[[Blood Legacy]]'' and ''Lost Destiny'', as well as the ''[[Tukayyid (scenario pack)]]'', all consistently portray Carew as operating as part of the 13th Wolf Guards (The Wolf Spiders) on multiple occasions throughout the fifth wave of the invasion, including and up through the Battle of Tukayyid.<ref name=BL338340-CN-1/><ref name=LD252-CN-1/><ref name=LD273274-CN-1/><ref name=LD279281-CN-1/><ref name=TSP92-AQF-CN-1/><ref name=TSP94-AQF-CN-1/> This is disputed, as the ''[[Wolf Clan Sourcebook]]'' shows that Carew was not only not part of it at the Cluster at the timee of Tukayyid, but that the Thirteenth was entirely without its own attached fighter support.<ref name=WCS7576-13WGC-WS-NC-1>''Wolf Clan Sourcebook'', pp. 75-76, "13th Wolf Guards Cluster", the Wolf Spiders include no fighters in their TOE</ref>
  
 
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