The Texas Rangers have continued to fly the F-2 Star Furies in the decades following War’s End. They have maintained a steady upgrade and refit program of course, but improvements have been more a matter of degrees than revolutionary changes. The Rangers continue to explore the actual limits of what the capable design can do, even as some of their fighters pass the two-century mark in absolute age. The children or grandchildren of those who first sat in the cockpits fly many of them, and it has become a tradition for proud Ranger parents to gift their old fighter to their children upon becoming a new Ranger. They are the symbol of the Texas Rangers, and the Rangers take care to drape their symbols in all the legends they can create. The better to terrify those who would threaten the common peace.