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A '''swallow''' is an decoy drone used to lure enemy guided missiles away from a Colonial vessel, typically it is launched by the [[ECO]] as part of a Raptor's [[ECM]] suite.
A '''swallow''' is an decoy drone used to lure enemy guided missiles away from a Colonial vessel, typically it is launched by the [[ECO]] as part of a Raptor's [[ECM]] suite.


These devices were deployed from [[Raptor 478]] to successfully lure away two missiles shot at it by a [[Cylon Raider]] during the [[Fall of the Twelve Colonies]] ([[Miniseries]]).
These devices were deployed from [[Raptor 478]] to successfully lure away two missiles shot at it by a [[Cylon Raider]] during the [[Fall of the Twelve Colonies]] {{TRS|Miniseries}}.


Enough swallows can mimic the electrical "footprint," or signatures of other spacecraft, even that of [[Battlestar (RDM)|battlestars]] when programmed and grouped together ([[Exodus, Part II]]).
Enough swallows can mimic the electrical "footprint," or signatures of other spacecraft, even that of [[Battlestar (RDM)|battlestars]] when programmed and grouped together {{TRS|Exodus, Part II}}.


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Latest revision as of 06:03, 7 September 2020

Swallows leaving Raptors. (Battle of New Caprica)

A swallow is an decoy drone used to lure enemy guided missiles away from a Colonial vessel, typically it is launched by the ECO as part of a Raptor's ECM suite.

These devices were deployed from Raptor 478 to successfully lure away two missiles shot at it by a Cylon Raider during the Fall of the Twelve Colonies (TRS: "Miniseries").

Enough swallows can mimic the electrical "footprint," or signatures of other spacecraft, even that of battlestars when programmed and grouped together (TRS: "Exodus, Part II").

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