After being sent to Hypori to rescue the survivors of Master Barrek's task force. He along with Captain Fordo and nine other ARC trooper lieutenants were tasked with recovering them. Reaching Hypori in a gunship, the ARC troopers approached the downed Acclamator-class assault ship in which the surviving Jedi were hiding. As soon as they debarked, Captain Fordo detected three life signs and had one of his troops check in some nearby rubble, while another checked in the rafters as they made their way to the life signs.
There they were met with the sight of a wounded Jedi Master, General Ki-Adi-Mundi, dueling General Grievous. The ARC troopers wasted no time in opening fire on the cyborg general, but Grievous was able to evade their shots. The captain reacted by having his gunship pilot blast his way into the area, and open fire on Grievous with the ship's weapons. While the cyborg fled the site, Fordo's men recovered the other surviving Jedi: Aayla Secura and Shaak Ti.
He wielded high-powered rapid-firing weapons such as the Reciprocating quad blaster. The reciprocating quad blaster, often shortened to "Cip-Quad", was an experimental weapon developed during the Clone Wars by Merr-Sonn Munitions. It drew power from a power cell strapped to a soldier's back and was mounted on a specialized harness featuring microrepulsorlifts. The four barrels could be fired either one or two at a time depending on the rotation pattern selected, and were cooled on the recoil by coolant tanks located within the rig itself.
This ARC heavy gunner was outfitted with specialized blue Phase I clone trooper armor that included head-up displays in the helmet and links to the harness that allowed them to make the best use out of the weapon. He also wore a skirt-like kama that dampened blasts, had a rangefinder attached to his helmet, and wore a blue command shoulder pauldron.