Living in the threat of the third war, John Daniels follows his family tradition and begins training his child to survive. At the age of five, she is taught different styles of martial arts as well as hunting, tracking, and traps. The untimely death of the childs parents throws her into the middle of the war to use what she has learned.
One day at a time, Kimber Daniels survives as she was raised to do. Anger for the people responsible for her parents’ death pushes her down the path of revenge. Along the way, the vengeful survivalist discovers she isn’t alone on the path of hate and unknowingly forms what would turn out to be the most dangerous rebel group of that war. The Raiders. Nothing left to lose; the rebels wage their own war on the enemy in a fight for their home and lives.
Four hundred years after Earths third war, Supreme Commander Radkins, self appointed leader of the Alterrian nation discovers the groups’ talents. In the middle of a war he started, he develops an interest in the group and what they could offer his troops.
The high-tech time he lives in has the best weapons to offer, skilled pilots as well as battle ships powerful enough to destroy planets. The technology of the years had taken away from the people however. Trained to survive a push button world, ground assaults were nothing but stories to the military of this time.
Sights set on the rebels from Earths past; Radkins develops a time ship, the Epoch-Hie, to bring the group to his war. Depending on the fact that they were traitors to their country and government, he planned to buy their services. He had no doubts that for the right price, the Raiders would help him over power and enslave the Galithians who were fighting the rebellion against him.
Upon discovering Radkins plans, the rebellion is faced with yet another problem in defeating the Alterrian forces. Barely surviving as it was, they would not be able to withstand what the Raiders could do to the rebellion.
Appointed to find the group, Major Kile Dorant and the pilots of Fire Squad begin the search. Reading the groups past in the history is alarming to say the least.Known as traitors, murderers, and deserters, the Raiders training and skills would undoubtedly destroy the rebellion if Radkins succeeded in using the group against them.