Established in 1958 flying F-86 Sabres, the 358th Tactical Fighter Squadron, known as the "Trojans," emerged as a stalwart defender of Stratus skies. Over the next ten years, the unit rapidly evolved, flying the F-100 Super Saber and later F-4 Phantom by the start of the 1970s. During the Adamas Crisis, the Trojans would be deployed along Oseans northern border with Belka, taking over Patrol responsibilities in the region from the OADF Units that had been transferred south to support the operations.
In 1986, the Squadron would trade their Phantoms for F-15 Eagles, which they would fly throughout the Belkan and later Circum Pacific Wars, with multiple pilots earning awards such as the Distinguished Flying Cross.
The Squadron was slated to receive brand new F-15EX’s by 2018, however production issues pushed the acquisition to 2020, allowing the final F-15C sorties of the Trojans to be flown in combat during the Lighthouse war.