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He later supported Phelan's star in a series of bombing runs.<ref name=LD252-CN-1>''Lost Destiny'' (novel), p. 252, Carew flies CAP for Phelan's Star on Tukayyid</ref><ref name=TSP92-AQF-CN-1>''Tukayyid (scenario pack)'', p. 92, "Attacker: Quarrel Flight", Carew leads Quarrel Flight, skill scores</ref><ref name=TSP94-AQF-CN-1>''Tukayyid (scenario pack)'', p. 94, "Attacker: Quarrel Flight", Carew leads Quarrel Flight, skill scores</ref> Three days later, Carew again provided air-cover against the [[282nd Division (ComStar)|282nd Division]]. He and his wingman were forced to break off a strafing run when enemy fighters arrived on the scene.<ref name=LD273274-CN-1>''Lost Destiny'' (novel), pp. 273-274, Carew provides cover against the 282nd Division</ref><ref name=LD274-CN-1>''Lost Destiny'' (novel), p. 274, Carew and Virgil are forced to break off</ref> His wingman, Virgil, was killed while he and Carew fought a pair of ''[[Rapier]]'' fighters.<ref name=LD277278-CN-1>''Lost Destiny'' (novel), pp. 277-278, Virgil is shot down on Tukayyid</ref> Carew pressed on, shooting down one enemy craft and forcing another to retreat.<ref name=LD279281-CN-1>''Lost Destiny'' (novel), pp. 279-281, Carew continues to fight off the two fighters</ref><ref name=LD282283-CN-1>''Lost Destiny'' (novel), pp. 282-283, Carew shoots down one ''Rapier''</ref> The Wolves were ultimately the sole Clan to emerge successful on Tuyakkid, and thus the [[Truce of Tukayyid]] went into effect.
 
He later supported Phelan's star in a series of bombing runs.<ref name=LD252-CN-1>''Lost Destiny'' (novel), p. 252, Carew flies CAP for Phelan's Star on Tukayyid</ref><ref name=TSP92-AQF-CN-1>''Tukayyid (scenario pack)'', p. 92, "Attacker: Quarrel Flight", Carew leads Quarrel Flight, skill scores</ref><ref name=TSP94-AQF-CN-1>''Tukayyid (scenario pack)'', p. 94, "Attacker: Quarrel Flight", Carew leads Quarrel Flight, skill scores</ref> Three days later, Carew again provided air-cover against the [[282nd Division (ComStar)|282nd Division]]. He and his wingman were forced to break off a strafing run when enemy fighters arrived on the scene.<ref name=LD273274-CN-1>''Lost Destiny'' (novel), pp. 273-274, Carew provides cover against the 282nd Division</ref><ref name=LD274-CN-1>''Lost Destiny'' (novel), p. 274, Carew and Virgil are forced to break off</ref> His wingman, Virgil, was killed while he and Carew fought a pair of ''[[Rapier]]'' fighters.<ref name=LD277278-CN-1>''Lost Destiny'' (novel), pp. 277-278, Virgil is shot down on Tukayyid</ref> Carew pressed on, shooting down one enemy craft and forcing another to retreat.<ref name=LD279281-CN-1>''Lost Destiny'' (novel), pp. 279-281, Carew continues to fight off the two fighters</ref><ref name=LD282283-CN-1>''Lost Destiny'' (novel), pp. 282-283, Carew shoots down one ''Rapier''</ref> The Wolves were ultimately the sole Clan to emerge successful on Tuyakkid, and thus the [[Truce of Tukayyid]] went into effect.
  
Although not [[Bloodname|Bloodnamed]] at the time, or even holding officer rank, by the end of the invasion (if not sooner) Carew was serving in a prestigious assignment, serving in the [[Golden Keshik (Clan Wolf-in-Exile)|Golden Keshik]], the command [[Trinary]] of [[Alpha Galaxy (Clan Wolf-in-Exile)|Alpha Galaxy]], which was serving as the bodyguard unit for [[ilKhan]] Kerensky at the time. Carew was part of the Charlie Command [[Star]], under the direct command of his sib-mate, Evantha Fetladral.<ref name=WCS73-TCC-PC-1>''Wolf Clan Sourcebook'', p. 73, "Trinary Clan Command", Pilot Carew serves in the Golden Keshik</ref>
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Although not [[Bloodname|Bloodnamed]] at the time, or even holding officer rank, by the end of the invasion (if not sooner) Carew was serving in a prestigious assignment, serving in the [[Golden Keshik (Clan Wolf-in-Exile)|Golden Keshik]], the commnad [[Trinary]] of [[Alpha Galaxy (Clan Wolf-in-Exile)|Alpha Galaxy]], which was serving as the bodyguard unit for [[ilKhan]] Kerensky at the time. Carew was part of the Charlie Command [[Star]], under the direct command of his sib-mate, Evantha Fetladral.<ref name=WCS73-TCC-PC-1>''Wolf Clan Sourcebook'', p. 73, "Trinary Clan Command", Pilot Carew serves in the Golden Keshik</ref>
  
 
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