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"Impressive. Gregor, your designation is CC-5576-39. You were a captain and part of an elite squad. A clone commando."
Colonel Meebur Gascon to "Gregor"[src]

The clone commandos, alternatively known as the Republic commandos or Clone Republic Commandos, were elite clone troopers of the Grand Army of the Republic who were trained to be more lethal and efficient than the average clone trooper. Clone commandos were often tasked to handle covert operations throughout the galaxy and were known to work in squads of four.


Five commando units under Clone Commander Ponds were sent as part of the clone army supplied by the Kaminoans for the First Battle of Geonosis. During the battle, they served under the command of Jedi Master Mace Windu.[2]

The Jedi Council later sent Delta Squad to investigate the massacre on Devaron, retrieving Master Halsey's and his apprentice Knox's bodies.[1]

Captain "Gregor," the leader of Foxtrot Group, took part in the Battle of Sarrish. With the Republic routed by the Separatist Droid Army and casualties mounting, Gregor took a shuttle to look for help, but crashed on the remote desert world Abafar. He survived and was pulled from the wreckage by Borkus, a Sullustan male who owned Power Sliders, a diner in the small mining settlement of Pons Ora. Gregor's file in the Republic's military database listed him as missing in action. He was discovered by Colonel Meebur Gascon and D-Squad, and after regaining his memories, Gregor then decided to assist Gascon and his squad in destroying a rhydonium mining installation being operated by the Separatist. However, he volunteered to be left behind to buy D-Squad time to escape, and was presumed lost when it exploded.[4]

While putting down an insurrection on Yalvik Prime, Clone Force 99, also known as the "Bad Batch", was summoned by Commander Cody during a battle for Anaxes to assist him and Clone Captain Rex in ascertaining the secret behind Admiral Trench's strategies. However, matters escalated when Wrecker, the team's bruiser, cut off the Yalvik queen's stinger with a blade, causing multiple Yalvik males to attempt to mate with the clones. However, the team was able to escape to Anaxes aboard their gunship, the Havoc Marauder.[3]

Following the rise of the First Galactic Empire, a group of clone commandos would found the Stormtrooper Corps.[5]

Known members and unitsEdit

Clone Force 99Edit

During the development of the clone army, the Kaminoans experimented with the genetics of the Jango Fett template in an attempt to create super soldiers. While the experiments bore few results, four of the test subjects came together to form Clone Force 99. Referring to themselves as the "Bad Batch", they used their "desirable" mutations, along with unorthodox tactics, to accomplish their objectives.[6] The group was led by Clone Sergeant "Hunter",[7] who was strong and stoic,[6] and had greater combat prowess than most.[7] Providing the teams muscle was "Wrecker",[6] who was gifted extraordinary strength,[8] though he had a temper.[6] "Crosshair" was the squad's no-nonsense[9] marksman.[6] though he didn't like working with "regs", unaltered clones.[9] "Tech", while not physically imposing,[10] was a gifted strategist[6] and unmatched in the use of technology.[10] Though experimental, they were viewed to be highly effective.[11]

Delta SquadEdit

Delta Squad was a Republic commando squad that was dispatched to Devaron and recovered the bodies of a Jedi and his Padawan that had been killed there.[1] The squad was composed of "Boss", "Fixer", "Scorch", and "Sev".[12]

Foxtrot GroupEdit

Foxtrot Group, led by Captain CC-5576-39, was an elite squad of clone commandos attached to the 212th Attack Battalion.[4] They reported missing in action at the Battle of Sarrish.[13]

Behind the scenesEdit

"I have five special commando units awaiting your orders, sir."
―"Ponds" to Mace Windu[src]

Clone commando Gregor without and with his commando armor

Clone commandos were first mentioned in Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones indirectly during the Battle of Geonosis. The concept of clone commandos was introduced within the Star Wars Expanded Universe novel The Cestus Deception and the characters were later heavily featured in the game Star Wars: Republic Commando and associated media, as well as a number of other Expanded Universe products. These titles, however, have been re-branded as Star Wars Legends and are no longer considered canon. Clone commandos were introduced into Star Wars canon through Star Wars: The Clone Wars, first seen with Delta Squad in "Witches of the Mist." "Missing in Action" featured CC-5576-39, specifically referred to as a "clone commando," but suffering from amnesia and working as a dishwasher.



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