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The 217th Mixed Foreign Legion Company Valkyries, is a special forces unit of the Daresian Foreign Legion and the main protagonist of The Legion's 217th. Originally comprised of an entire company of around a hundred and twenty members, by the time The Legion's 217th takes place, only around twenty remain; thus being known as the 217th Valkyries, without a formal military group designation.

Overview

The 217th Valkyries is a unique group, due to it's unusual all-female command structure. Although the Valkyries are a special forces unit of the Foreign Legion, the group reports directly to Siela Strassagne, and is primarily tasked with the absolute succession of destroying any potential threat outside the Empire's borders.

Composition

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Operational History

  • December 10, 1941. With the Confederation's 12th Army Group scattered, the 217th aids in evacuating the city of Struhl, during the Strolton Bridge Incident.
  • November 27, 1943. Along with several other special forces, the 217th is deployed in secrecy near Germany, during the Battle of Pila, where they encounter Germany's feared 31st Panzer Division.

Members

Company Commander

1st Platoon

*Major Siela Strassagne
  • 2nd Lt. Leila Lietberd
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    2nd Platoon

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    4th Platoon

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