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Ariela Robán
1st Lt. Ariela Robàn, 2015
Birth nameAriela Sabine Robán-Torres
Nickname(s)"L'Ange de la Norte"
BornMay 11th, 1990
Allegiance Inyursta
Service/branchInyursta Inyurstan Air Force
Years of service2012-Present
Unit42nd Strike Fighter Wing
Battles/warsGreco-Bulgarian War
AwardsCroiz du Valòre

Ariela Sabine Robán-Torres is a fighter pilot in the Inyurstan Air Force. She has been called "L'Ange de la Norte" (ENG: "Angel of the North") due to her service in the Greco-Bulgarian War, especially the Seige of Alexandropoulis.

Early Life

Ariela was born in the city of Madrija, the youngest of three daughters. According to her personal accounts she was enthused with aviation as a child, and her hobbies included flying both kites and remote control air planes.

She attended a private aviation school following her graduation from L'Escola (high school), and after four years she graduated with honors and her pilot's license for small civilian aircraft. Ariela was then accepted into OCS and commissioned into the Inyurstan Air Force.

Military Service

As a 2nd Lieutenant, Robán was trained and qualified for the F-16C Block 50 Viper. She piloted this aircraft during her tour of service in the Greco-Bulgarian War, where she flew primarily ground-attack missions. Her tendency for brave and accurate "danger close" strikes as well as her record of killing or supressing several enemy MLRS trucks and mortar positions earned her the distinguished Croiz du Valòre (Cross of Valor) as well as the unofficial nickname "L'Ange de la Norte".

Robán was selected for cross-training and qualification with the newer, heavier-load EF-20 Crotaléa strike fighter. Due to her reputation she was filmed as part of two separate films, the first of a promotional video for the Amérifighter project and the second a recruiting piece for the Inyurstan Air Force.