TIE Corps Statistics - Pilot Kill Board
 


 
    Pilot Kill Board
   

TIE Fighter cockpit -- official poster (resized)

Most active pilots by missions flown - September 2019
 
GN Pickled Yoda (#9555) - 245 missions
GN Jarek La'an (#10540) - 64 missions
VA Hav Antiel (#13020) - 44 missions
MAJ Rando (#55656) - 26 missions
LT Troy (#55726) - 26 missions
FA Plif (#346) - 25 missions
CPT Tygra Shadowclaw (#3328) - 25 missions
GN Anahorn Dempsey (#12945) - 21 missions
CPT Alejandro Araujo (#11929) - 17 missions
LCM SL8c8 (#55704) - 12 missions
COL Gyssler (#345) - 9 missions
GN Elwood the Brave (#3034) - 6 missions
LT Syntroth (#55561) - 3 missions
CM DarkSith_99 (#55677) - 2 missions
COL Phoenix Berkana (#572) - 1 mission
 


 
15 most active pilots by missions flown - 2019
 
GN Elwood the Brave (#3034) - 405 missions
GN Pickled Yoda (#9555) - 310 missions
MAJ Rando (#55656) - 308 missions
LCM SL8c8 (#55704) - 286 missions
GN Anahorn Dempsey (#12945) - 250 missions
VA Hav Antiel (#13020) - 155 missions
FA Pete Mitchell (#3643) - 153 missions
COL Gyssler (#345) - 147 missions
CM DarkSith_99 (#55677) - 109 missions
GN Jarek La'an (#10540) - 94 missions
LT Starithm (#55711) - 89 missions
LT Troy (#55726) - 60 missions
CPT Alejandro Araujo (#11929) - 57 missions
CPT Tygra Shadowclaw (#3328) - 53 missions
LC Nile Rosenau (#3845) - 38 missions
COL Phoenix Berkana (#572) - 37 missions
FA Plif (#346) - 35 missions
LT Crane Baxa (#55721) - 19 missions
GN Earnim Branet (#11276) - 19 missions
MAJ Aldaric (#55678) - 16 missions
GN Ric Hunter (#8905) - 13 missions
LCM Aval (#55660) - 12 missions
LT McCrea (#6476) - 10 missions
COL Impulse (#11597) - 8 missions
LT Syntroth (#55561) - 3 missions
 


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Battle missions and free missions flown and processed on pilots' behalf will count for their Kill Board statistics.
While the same mission can be flown multiple times for other purposes, it will only count once per year.
This rating of pilots flying activity and its intrinsic competitiveness has been often used as basis for competitions like the famous "Ace of The TIE Corps".