- Rate: R+ - Mild Nudity
- Native: 俺たちに翼はない -under the innocent sky.
- Synonyms: Oretsuba, We Don't Have Wings, Ore-tachi ni Tsubasa wa Nai
- Aired: Apr 4, 2011 to Jun 20, 2011
- Premiered: spring 2011
- Duration: 24 min per ep
- Episodes: 12
- Score: 6.66
- Producers: Delfi Sound Lantis Marvelous AQL Studio Jack
- Studio: Nomad
- Licensor: Funimation
- Genres: Comedy Drama Ecchi Harem Romance
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