Men On Cain.
"'...Hamud ibn Rashid and Jacques Ngolo had been woodsmen...'" (David Falkayn: Star Trader, pp. 308-309)
Here are two more of the men on Cain. Thus, we now have names for eleven of the twenty. Manuel and these two former woodsmen will track the Lugals whom they have allowed to escape because they need someone to lead them to wherever the three missing members of their own crew are being held captive.
Manuel Felipe Gomez y Palomares from the human colony planet, Nuevo Mexico, is Captain Per Stenvik's ensign. He tells van Rijn:
"'My father was a huntsman in the Sierra de los Bosques Secos, and I traveled in space as a mercenary with Roger's Rovers, becoming sergeant before I left them for your service.'" (p. 307)
Roger's Rovers sound familiar. Have we encountered them before? There was a British comic strip called "Roy of the Rovers," but that was about footballers, not mercenaries.
Here are at least two potential additions to the Technic History:
an installment set on Nuevo Mexico, making it as real as Avalon, Dennitza or Aeneas;
a sub-series about Roger's Rovers, including Manuel's adventures before he joined Solar.