Twelve years after the end of the Kilrathi war, the Terran Confederation must once again call upon its military to defend itself against a new and unknown alien menace.

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2nd Lt. Lance R. Casey
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Maj. Todd 'Maniac' Marshall (as Tom Wilson)
Lauren Sinclair ...
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2nd Lt. Jason 'Dallas' Fargo
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Chief Technician Rachel Coriolis (as Ginger Lynn Allen)
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Twelve years after the end of the Kilrathi war, the Terran Confederation must once again call upon its military to defend itself against a new and unknown alien menace. Written by Ben Lesnick <blesnick@erols.com>

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11 December 1997 (USA)  »

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Wing Commander V  »

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Trivia

Designed as a bridge between the Blair/Kilrathi-centric earlier Wing Commander games and a Casey/Insect-centric Wing Commander. The demise of Origin, however, implies that this was the end of the Wing Commander universe. See more »

Goofs

At one point in the game the CAG puts Maniac in charge of the Black Widows squadron and he says "After all these years, to finally have my own squadron." However this is not the first time Maniac has had his own squadron, in Wing Commander II: Special Operations 2 he is in command of the Wild Eagles squadron, test pilots of the Morningstar prototype fighters. See more »

Quotes

Kilrathi: Do not get in the way, apes.
Hawk: If I decide to "get in the way," you won't be around long enough to stop me.
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Followed by Wing Commander: Secret Ops (1998) See more »

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brilliant flight simulator
26 February 2006 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Comparing to the earlier titles,this game is less about the story,more about the combat. Even so,the movie sequences are nicely done. It is wrong to call this game an interactive movie,because you don't have much of a choice, the outcome if you win is always the same. Cool ending though! Christopher Blair (Mark Hamill)passes up the torch to Casey (Iceman's kid)! The acting is very underrated and much better than the acting done in Wing Commander:The Movie! If you loved Top Gun,then you will enjoy this one as well. This game kicks ass when it comes to flying your ships and taking out the enemy. The special effects for a game this old are out of this world.If you get a chance to play this game,you won't be sorry.


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