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The subject of this article appears in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare The subject of this article appeared in Call of Duty: Siege.
For the DLC Pack, see Retribution (DLC).

The UNSA SWC-141 Retribution was an Admiral-class Space Warfare Carrier utilized by the United Nations Space Alliance in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Call of Duty: Siege.

Prior to Geneva, the Retribution and its flotilla were ambushed by an SDF Supercarrier and a squadron of Skelters as they were performing diagnostics on the ships for damage repair from the destruction of a satellite, and were rescued after an intense dogfight involving SCAR 2-1. While the Retribution was present at the Fleet Week Parade at Geneva, it was not supplied prior to the SDF attack. Thus, while it survived the attack, it was not ready for deployment in war. Lieutenant Nick Reyes was promoted to Commanding Officer and made acting captain by Admiral Fredrick Raines after the death of Captain Alder after giving the order for the Retribution to ram the SDF Olympus Mons.

Of the 767 officers and crew attacking the SDF Shipyard, only four survived: Nora Salter, Erwin Kloos, Evelynn "Boats" Sotomura and Sean Brooks.


The Retribution was co-built by Australia, Japan, Spain and the United States a year before the Fleet Week Parade. With its modular design where parts could be changed out depending on the situation, effectively allowing its commander to plan for any number of contingencies. The crew on board was of mixed nationalities including American, British, Lebanese, Irish, Canadian, and Australian and other unlisted SATO member states. Its crew numbered in the thousands, ranging from engineers to soldiers. It's also the biggest ship in the SATO fleet, only rivaled by the SetDef's Olympus Mons.

The ship possessed a Drop Engine, a method of faster-than-light (FTL) propulsion that reduced planetary travel time from months to seconds. However, these engines are both expensive and dangerous, much like early supersonic flight, and are limited to the military and a select few corporations.


  • Length: 637 meters
  • Height: 75 meters
  • Width/Wingspan: 212 meters
  • Top jet speed: 220,000 km/h
  • Crew: 767 surviving sailors, soldiers, marines and airmen before the Mars Shipyard attack
  • Max Occupancy:
    • 20 Jackals
    • 4 Raven Dropships
    • 2100 crew and passengers
  • Armament:
    • 10 x 8 Rapid-fire high velocity ballistics
    • 6x Large pivoted missile Pods
    • 8x Anti-air batteries
  • Armour: 64mm Reactive armour over vital spaces
  • Propulsion:
    • 12x Solid fuel boosters (Main Propulsion)
    • 7x VTOL thrusters
    • 1x Drop Reactor (FTL)

Known Crew Members[]


In the campaign of Infinite Warfare, the Retribution serves also as the main hub between missions. Players can choose between campaign missions and side missions throughout the Solar System. The players can also interact with the ship (it can be in various states of repair) and the crew.

Controlling Nick Reyes, the player can visit the firing range (where loadouts can be pre-selected), watch news reports concerning the war effort, track the progress of the SDF fleet, view computer logs and the SDF most wanted board in his operations office, and plan missions on the bridge.


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Call of Duty: Siege[]

In Call of Duty: Siege, the player is onboard the Retribution. They are able to open Supply Drops, talk to E3N "Ethan" and visit the shop to upgrade and or buy cards.