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"Delta's job is to make the impossible possible."
―Lilia during the briefing for Night Blitz.

Lilia Mihajlovna is a character in the Airforce Delta series who appears as a main character in Airforce Delta Strike.

Lilia is the Aviation Staff Officer of Delta Squadron and has superhuman intelligence from being genetically modified for a cancelled experiment.

Biography

Background

Not much of Lilia's life prior to the events of the game is known; She was genetically modified for the "Special Ultimate People Experiment Research" (S.U.P.E.R.) experiment, but the research was cancelled, and she was saved from "disposal" by Robert Williams, who adopted her. Afterwards, she attempted to repay her debt by using her superhuman intellect to aid Delta.

Personality

Lilia is shown to be a wickedly smart, yet somewhat callous individual, who puts priority on the mission over the morality of the squadron, for the most part. She can be very rude at times with some her comments, but despite her demeanor, she is shown to worry extensively about the pilots on occasion (Such as when Ruth Valentine leaves the base without approval and goes off to engage the enemy alone in Priority, visually reduced to near-tears despite her threats to Ruth) and even feels worry over sending them out to missions she is unsure of the odds of (Such as during Mother Ship). As a result, despite her cold nature at points, she is ultimately a good person who does care for her pilots (Not that she would show that openly) and works to keep them alive even in the bleakest of situations.

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Airforce Delta Strike Characters
Ken Thomas · Ruth Valentine · John Rundal · Jamie Jones · Rick Campbell · Alex Levine · Holst Prendre · Pedro Glankert · Brian Douglas · Robert Williams · Lilia Mihajlovna · Amelia Johnson · Harry Garrett · Bob Takayanagi · David Smith · Collette Le Clerc · Constance Le Clerc · Navigator · Albert Ungar · Pierre Gallo · Ellen McNichol · Sergei Kinski · Giuseppe Ferretti · Francine Davout · Leon Kleiser · Donald Chan · Jake Emerson
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