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The Imperial Task Force Vengeance was a task force formed to pacify the Airam Sector. It was headed by the Executor-class Star Dreadnought Vengeance under Admiral Senn.

ISDs of Task Force Vengeance



The naval unit commenced operations at roughly the same time when a Rebel Alliance task force centered around the cruiser Liberty set up a new shipyard in the Nocto system. These forces subsequently engaged in a long campaign.

At the end the campaign against the Rebel forces, Admiral Senn and the Vengeance were destroyed by an intense Rebel attack. Both the Rebels and the Imperials in Airam were significantly damaged and left in a stalemate. Task force Vengeance failed to destroy the Rebel presence in the Airam Sector, nor force the compliance of the Airam leaders.

Ships under Senn's command

Below is a list of ships encountered by the Liberty task force in Airam and Elrood sectors, respectively.


Executor-class Star Dreadnoughts

Imperial-class Star Destroyers

Victory-class Star Destroyer

Immobilizer 418 cruisers

Strike-class cruisers

EF76 Nebulon-B escort frigates

Nebulon-B2 frigates

Escort Carriers

CR90 corvettes

  • CRV 1138 - destroyed
  • CRV Gotal 1 - destroyed
  • CRV Gotal 2 - destroyed
  • CRV 327-B - destroyed
  • CRV 327-C - destroyed

Assassin-class corvettes

Support ships

Task Force Total: 53 vessels, minimum
Task Force Losses: 27 vessels, minimum (not including fighter sized and auxiliary craft)

Behind the scenes

Opening crawl of the campaign.

The Imperial campaign of X-wing vs. TIE Fighter: Balance of Power derives its name from this task force. Although the last missions are open ended (they can be played as either Rebels or Imperials), the ultimate outcome is held to favor the Rebellion.


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