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Real Combat in a Training TSF
Episode 8:"Chaos in the Capital"
207-B’s Fubuki’s numbers have been painted out so they can go into real combat.
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All the Same
Why did she tell him this? She wanted him to know that everyone experiences the same failure, so not to take it too hard.
Bandit 1 in range! Engage Offensive!
The Gekishin escapes Takeru's attack, but now Ayamine stands in its way. Takeru gives the orders for a plan to work together and lure the enemy into a kill zone.
What Have You Learned?
Takeru misinterprets things and thinks his team isn't considered strong enough to fight. He's told, however, that because 207 is the most mobile unit they're being given the critical mission of getting the ammo.
This is going in my diary!
Sumika happily tells Takeru that she's going to write about the weird conversation they had in their diary.
Suddenly, the lights at the top of the hall go on, and the door opens. The other participants in the meeting have arrived.
Soldiers from Yokohama base, including instructor Jinguuji, arrive at the hall. With them is...
Ayamine calmly takes her badge and salutes with a soft expression on her face.
A Small Fear
Sumika stares off into space, lost in thought. What’s inside her heart?
A Time Unchanged Since We Were Young
Sumika and Takeru live next door, and talk like this all the time. Sumika asks Takeru directly why he seems different.
A Slightly-Late Morning
Even after working so hard she collapsed the previous day, Kasumi still comes to wake up Takeru. She's a little late, though.
The new pilots walk up to Sgt. Jinguuji as she talks to herself. For a moment, they're caught off guard when she refers to them by their new ranks. They now outrank their instructor.
Thanks to You, Sergeant
Takeru says his thank you, as well. “I will always be proud that you were the one who trained me,” Takeru says. Marimo says that Takeru was always destined for greatness.