She has long, slightly wavy orange hair fashioned into a high ponytail while her bangs are held to the side by hairclips. Her eyes are a dull yellow. She wears a red jacket with a white collared shirt underneath which has a green ribbon and a pair of wings ornament along with a black miniskirt. Both her jacket and shirt very noticeably have armpit cutouts. Her legwear consists of black thighhighs held up by garter straps. She wields a Roman composite bow. Her design appears to not have any reflection on her historical counterpart's noncompletion.
The historic Aquila's career was nonexistent. She was originally an ocean liner named Roma until she had her aircraft carrier conversion start and was renamed due to the fact that there was already a battleship with the same name in late 1941, therefore making her the first Italian produced aircraft carrier. The reason for this being that the lack of an aircraft carrier was seen as the reason for the loss of three Italian heavy cruisers (Zara, Fiume and Pola) in the Battle of Cape Matapan. This would continue for two years until work on her was halted due to the Italian armistice in 1943, thus leaving her unfinished. She was nearly completed on September 8th of the same year, but was confiscated by Germany and was put under guard, and was eventually damaged by an Allied air attack on Genoa in June 16, 1944. Afterwards on April 19, 1945 she was partially scuttled by Italian frogmen. Aquila would then be towed to La Spezia in 1949 where completing her or giving her another use was put into consideration, but she was eventually scrapped in 1952.
She is sometimes paired with Graf Zeppelin as fellow incomplete carriers.