Hi Rules Gurus, I play Steel Phalanx and I have an idea that I want to play rules-legal. I couldn´t find this specifically in any of the countless other Fireteam threads, so please forgive me, if this has been asked before. The Situation: My Opponent has the first turn and deploys first I deploy (among others) a Fireteam Enomotarchos (Myrmidons) which includes 2 generic Myrmidons, 1 Myrmidon Officer and Ajax. I want the Fireteam to be created by the Myrmidon Officer. My Idea: Assuming noone in the Fireteam was injured during my opponent´s initial turn, I would like to drop Ajax out of the Fireteam after my opponent´s last order of his initial turn or before my orders are added to my order pool in my turn. I´d like to ommit the necessitiy to recreate the Fireteam (which would cost me a Command Token I´d prefer to use otherwise). I do not want the Firetam to be cancelled, I only want Ajax to drop out. The Reasoning: During my opponents turn, I want Ajax to be part of the Fireteam (+1B in ARO, 6th. sense, etc.), but I also want him to go nuts on my turn and Rambo out towards the opponent making use of his Impetuous order! Unleash the beast, you know... My questions: 1. Can I remove Ajax from the Fireteam without to recreate it? 2. If I can, when can I do so? What is the correcct procedure to do so (declaration, markers, etc.)? 3. Can I declare a Coherency Check to be failed or can I legally fail it for this one particular trooper at will? 4. If I cannot remove Ajax from the Fireteam by declaration, will I have to take actions that remove him from the Fireteam (like declaring a different ARO or dodging out of Coherency) in order to achieve my desired setup at the beginning of my turn? Yes, this is a very specific question, which only occured to me, while I prepared for mission 201 of the Paradiso camapaign which we play with N3 and ITS9-Objective. In this scenario, deployment and Initiative are predetermined. In any other circumstance, I could not plan into this level of detail. And btw: I am aware that I can decide not to do this, if it would force me to let Ajax run into his own demise. Thank you all!