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This is the timeline of the Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. series.

1991Edit

Time uncertain (post-1991)Edit

1999Edit

2001Edit

  • Operation Enduring Freedom. Crenshaw earns a GWoT Service Medal for his participation.

2003Edit

  • Operation Iraqi Freedom.

2005Edit

  • Operation Red Arrow. Crenshaw earns a Bronze Star.

2006Edit

2012Edit

  • The Reykjavik Accords are signed, allowing for the expansion of PMC operations.

Time uncertain (post-2012)Edit

  • Sudan conflict; rebels overrun US military base.
  • Troy Loensch joins Firehawk, LLC.
  • H.A.W.X. Program is turned over to Firehawk.
  • The Executive Branch Management Bill is signed; President Albert Fachearon resigns.
  • Firehawk CEO Raymond Harris is killed in a failed attempt to nuke Camp David.

2014Edit

2015Edit

10: Operation: Blacklight

2021Edit

Time uncertain (c. Oct 2021)Edit

  • At some time prior to October 2021, H.A.W.X. squadron is deployed to defend a Mexican oil refinery from a PMC.

Near futureEdit

DDI conflictEdit

  • Crenshaw turns the H.A.W.X. squadron into an international response team. He is then deployed to the Middle East, leaving the US branch in charge of Dagger.
  • Arrow defects to the H.A.W.X. squadron from DDI.
  • Dagger is shot down and presumed dead.
  • Rainmaker plans on forming a squadron of advanced UAVs. He starts a covert war with the US but is defeated by Arrow and Major Zeal.
  • He reveals his secret weapon, the Firestorm satellite. It is quickly seized by H.A.W.X. but self-destructs.
  • Zeal decimates a Russian oligarchy squadron.

Insurgent/ultranationalist conflictEdit

Time uncertainEdit

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