General Haynes was born in Togia in 1861. In 1879, she enrolled in the University of Togia, receiving a Masters in Tactical Science and Psychology. In the Baker's Day War, she was pressed into service and quickly proved to be an efficient and ruthless commander.
Haynes' company, Shadow Company led the assault into Ghazel territory during the war, and working co-op with GBV assets, provided active intel for the SAF to eliminate the Ghazel leader, winning the war for Khamul.
|General Lady Haynes|
|Born||April 27th, 1861|
|Died||May 22nd 1952|
|Years of service||59|
|Rank||General (5 Star), SACPAV|
|Commands Held||Shadow Company, 112nd Infantry Division, 34th Shock Army, SACPAV|
|Battles/Wars|| Voerdeland Crisis, Sri-AMEN war, MELTING ICE
After defeating the Ghazel in the Baker's Day War, Haynes remained in service. By 1885, she held th respectable position of commander. When Voerdeland collapsed, Haynes was promoted to General (2 Star), after correctly predicting a terrorist attack and presumably saving thousands.
Following the Gratian and VPG attacks on Brandburg, Haynes and the 34th Shock Army were deployed to Voerdeland. Haynes was forever disturbed by memories of the camps.
Following the attacks on Khamulite shipping in the Vitus from Tschowan privateers, Haynes was assigned to Inesea. She is notable for doing absolutely nothing in the war.
Following the secession of the Ming Empire, General Haynes led an army into Ming territory that vanished. She is presumed dead.