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Cruiser in X-Wing computer game, served as the Calamarian flagship at around the time of the Battle of Yavin. Possibly the same as Home One [speculative, unconfirmed]. Possibly Ackbar`s personal ship, distinct from Home One, as explained in The Truce at bakura.
Ackbar`s vessel at the Battle of Endor according to the X-Wing: Alliance computer game, but this presents a discontinuity because this Independence was very much smaller than the canonical Home One. This aspect of the game should be considered part of an "alternative universe" conflicting with the movies. Or perhaps Independence was Ackbar`s personal ship, to which he reverted after the Battle of Endor, in The Truce at Bakura?
I ogólnie o Home One:
The name of this vessel is in dispute. Some argue that "Home One" is merely a call-sign used for Admiral Ackbar during the Battle of Endor. They say that Ackbar`s pre-Yavin flagship, Independence, (seen in the X-Wing computer game) is the same as his Endor flagship. Others argue that "Home One" sounds consistent with Calamarian style and culture, and that it is similar to the name of a Calamarian city. Yet others point to a name used in the Return of the Jedi novel: Headquarters Frigate. Unfortunately this name doesn`t really fit the ship seen in the movie, since it is far larger than the size range that could arguably be called a "frigate". In some of the computer games and comics a Mon Calamari flagship named Independence appears. It may be the same as Home One, but this is unconfirmed. In The Truce at Bakura, Admiral Ackbar reverted to another, more comfortable personal cruiser. If that second ship is the Independence then the apparent discontinuity is resolved.