Interstellar Manufacturing CorporationEdit
The fleet of the Frontier Militia is in dire need of fuel for the continuity of their ships and drop, and the 1st Militia fleet prepares to raid an IMC gas mining facility. Meanwhile, unsure as to the exact time and place of the impending Militia refueling raid, IMC forces make defense preparations at several gas mining worlds in the Yuma System. The Interstellar Manufacturing Corporation plans to counterattack the Militia and stop them from acquiring fuel, activating turrets in the nearby area. The Militia's Captain Dunham leads his squad to obtain fuel from three stations, Alpha, Bravo and Charlie, and the IMC's Captain Riggs tries to simultaneously defend the stations to prevent the Militia from getting fuel.
The mission begins with IMC Pilots dropping in on a fuel depo in anticipation of a Militia raid. As Sergeant Blisk  watches the heavy defence turrets activate Militia ships jump over the fuel depo and start attacking. The pilots deploy and are tasked with activating the turrets to fire at the Red Eye. The Militia use the hard points to reroute the power from the turret system to a central fuel pump to fuel the Red Eye. IMC Pilots, with the help of Grunts fight for the power to use the turrets. If the IMC is able to repel the Militia attackers, the Red Eye is destroyed and the fleet gains the bare minimum amount of fuel they need. Blisk shows disappointment in the IMC's fleet for only destroying a few ships, and once he reports to Graves that most were Civilian ships an arguement is sparked about the ethics of destroying Civilian ships. If the IMC lose the battle, the Red Eye escapes with enough fuel to last the ship for a month and Militia forces start beating back the IMC. The pilots are forced to retreat and leave the Grunts behind, and Blisk shows annoyance with the effectiveness of the pilots
The mission begins with two drop ships containing M-Corps Pilots leaving the Militia's first fleet and preparing to raid a IMC fuel depot. After jumping in on the IMC facility the ships come under heavy fire from the bases turrets and are forced to stop over the staging area for the Militia's forces. Sarah and Bish explain the plan to hack into the fuel pumps and refuel the Red Eye to the pilots before they are deployed onto the battlefield. Along side grunt and Titan forces, the Militia push up into the IMC's base and begin rerouting power from the heavy turrets into the fuel pumps; however IMC forces figure out what they are doing and counter their efforts to the best of their ability. While the two factions fight, Militia drop ships are seen coming down to fuel up at small refueling platforms before rejoining the battle above. If the Militia are successful at refueling the Red Eye, it escapes the battleground with enough fuel to last it a month. Before leaving, it sends down reinforcements to push back the remaining IMC forces and allow other ships to come in and refuel. Bish will comment on the effort displayed by the forces on the ground and how well they did, however Sarah will mention that the Militia's tactics are a mess and with out a better commander they won't last long. If the Militia are unsuccessful in their raid, the Red Eye will try to escape with what fuel it has but is destroyed along with the fuel on board. Without reinforcements, the pilots are forced to evac and leave the remaining ground forces behind. Bringing only a small amount of fuel back with them, Sarah and Bish argue if the raid was worth the lives lost and discuss if they will last much longer
If the Militia faction wins the match the Redeye will survive and the MCOR fleet will escape with a substantial amount of fuel. If the IMC win then the Redeye will be destroyed and only a bare minimum amount of fuel will be taken. The Frontier Militia will take heavy casualties regardless of the outcome and escape.
- Though unseen, Jack Cooper was present at this battle, suffering a minor injury which led to a minor case of amnesia.