No permanent base, deployed throughout the Galactic Alliance Core Fleet as needed.
Prior to 137 ABY
Venom Zero—also known as "VZ"—was a squad of Venom assault troopers that served the Galactic Alliance Core Fleet during the Second Imperial Civil War. Considered to be an elite unit, Venom Zero was not permanently assigned to any one Sabertooth-class assault/rescue vessel like their fellow squads, but was constantly transferred between ships when the mission deemed that they were needed. Like other Venom assault squads, Venom Zero was trained in close-quarters combat, zero-g combat and ship-to-ship boarding tactics. When not engaged in battle, Venom Zero was responsible for training their fellow squads in advanced combat techniques.
Venom Zero was an elite squad of Venom assault troopers assigned to the Galactic Alliance Core Fleet in 137 ABY. Like all Venom assault squads, Venom Zero—also known simply as "VZ"—specialized in ship-to-ship boarding actions, zero-g combat, and hand-to-hand fighting. Deployed from Sabertooth-class assault/rescue vessels, Venom assault squads breached enemy vessels when their carrier used the "teeth" on the bow of the craft to latch onto opposing ships. Squads would then pour into the captured ship from multiple breach points, subduing enemy resistance and securing objectives.
While most Venom assault squads were permanently assigned to a single Sabertooth-class vessel, Venom Zero had no permanent base of operations, and was instead constantly moved around the ships in the Core Fleet, being assigned to whichever vessel needed their expertise the most. When not actively employed in combat, Venom Zero provided advanced training to the squads aboard the ship on which they were currently deployed.
Armor and equipmentEdit
Like other Venom assault squads, Venom Zero was suitably equipped for boarding actions and close-quarters combat. Standard equipment included Venom Assault armor, which was vacuum-sealed powered armor with limited jump jet capability for maneuverability in zero-g, blaster carbines, vibroswords, stun, concussion, and gas grenades. Floating surveillance droids were also used to scout enemy positions, or used as programmable weapons platforms.