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It has come to the attention of the Eastern French leadership that the equipment currently being used by our military may lack the efficiency that we require against potential threats . Therefore, this is a request and an offer to those nations of the world who possess the greatest military technology and prowess. Eastern France is interested in purchasing large amounts of advanced equipment (firearms, vehicles, military hardware, etc), as well as training in the usage and maintenance of this equipment.

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The United Federation of the East offers an arms package that can be sustainably maintained by the Eastern French with its own domestic capabilities. If you wish to inquire about more advanced systems, that too is available but it would make you more dependent on foreign advisers to maintain your forces.

Boeing representative:

Our first offer is a 4+++ Multi-Role Fighter. We believe this unit is optimized for your nation's development level. The Silent Hornet offers a comprehensive survival package which combine both 'stealth' and performance features. While it is not as comprehensive as the much harder to maintain fifth generation fighters, it is optimized for air to air stealth, most of the draw backs are in air to ground. This means for defensive measures the Silent Hornet can match many fifth generation enemy units. Further the units is adaptable and capable of carrying large amounts of external weapons, this will allow it to play an interdiction and close air support role.

[quote]F/A-18 E/F Super Hornet Block 3 'Silent Hornet' French Variant

Thrust: 35, 000 lbf dry, 55, 000 lbf with afterburner

Weight:

Empty weight: 32,081 lb (14,552 kg)

Loaded weight: 47,000 lb (21,320 kg) (in fighter configuration)

Max takeoff weight: 66,000 lb (29,937 kg)

Combat Radius: 600 nmi

Range: 1400 nmi

Maximum Speed: Mach 2.2

Super Cruise: Mach 1.4

Avionics: The Silent Hornet is equipped with integrated AESA radar, synthetic aperture radar, electro optical IR, and LIDAR sensor systems. AESA radar is configured with low probability of intercept and direct energy attack capabilities against some vulnerable electronic systems based off of the capabilities of 5th Generation fighters. It is also capable of next generation jamming capability. Because the AESA can function as a broad band uplink, it is capable of and designed to transmit tailored data streams which give the new F/A-18 E/F a cyber warfare capability. The Silent Hornet is fly by light, giving it both excellent performance and resistance to most EMP weaponry.

Stealth Features: Although no 4th generation air frame can be true all aspects stealth, the Silent Hornet was designed to come as close as one could and be serviceable by less developed nations. Silent Hornet retains many of the reduced cross section features of the Block 1 and Block 2 Hornets, but builds on the legacy of the Boeing F-15 Silent Eagle, employing conformal internal weapons bays and is optimized for air to air stealth combat rather than air to ground. To compensate for the added weight, the Silent Hornet's air frame employs 3-d printed composite air frames which provide even more accurate shaping at a reduced weight and have greater flexibility for dealing with air resistance. The addition of internal weapons bays decreases total air resistance (relative to external weapons) and decreases the forward radar cross section of the air craft. This is further increased by more durable radar absorbent material coating developed for the F-35 C block, which is designed to stand up to the elements. The Block 3 has further increased its stealth features by a new engine which features both a 25 percent increase in total thrust and super cruise capabilities decreasing the IR detection of this aircraft. The engine has been reshaped with a thrust vectoring 'S' outlet configuration. For the weapons pylons on the outside of the aircraft, they have been reshaped with stealth in mind, reducing both drag and radar cross section (although still substantially more than with most regular weapons systems). They can also be jettisoned after use in high threat environments. The AESA radar system is one developed from Chongqing Aeronautic's AESA radar employed on the EF-50 Banshee, and while not as powerful, retains many of the low probability of intercept features increasing the chance of first radar detection and thus first kill. Further the AESA's cyber warfare, jamming, and direct energy capabilities give it an edge in air to ground combat. With a body optimized for air to air combat, and a cyber/electronic warfare suite and super cruise capability for air to ground, the Silent Hornet offers a comprehensive survivability packaged unmatched by the other 4th generation aircraft around.

Weapons:
1 20 mm M61 Vulcan Cannon
6 Internal Weapons Bay (can employ medium air to air and air to ground weapons)
6 External Stealth Pylons (can employ tactical fighter aircraft munitions or ECM pods)[/quote]

Additionally the Boeing Company offers to work with our partner companies to sell an overall radar and infrared air defense system, as well as surface to air missiles which can network with the Silent Hornet, enhancing its capability. Additionally the Silent Hornet is compatible with munitions that can not just be purchased from the United Federation of the East's arm suppliers, but also nearby Sovereign Initiative members such as: Athens, Nordland, and Rebel Army. This means that Eastern France would have the capability to shop for advanced precision weapons from several nearby markets as well as the United Federation of the East and Novak. This would minimize long term operation costs, and provide several redundant supply chains. Additionally our engineers can work with you to allow for French domestic built munitions to be compatible as well.

If you are interested in purchasing AWACs, we can also assemble a bid for that, let us know whether you prefer long range, or cheaper shorter range but short take off models.

Boeing also offers to sell the following support craft:

[quote]
P-8 Poseidon
General characteristics

Crew: Flight: 2; Mission: 7
Length: 129 ft 5 in (39.47 m)
Wingspan: 123 ft 6 in (37.64 m)
Height: 42 ft 1 in (12.83 m)
Empty weight: 138,300 lb (62,730 kg)
Max takeoff weight: 189,200 lb (85,820 kg)
Powerplant: 2 × CFM56-7B turbofan, 27,000 lbf (120 kN) each

Performance

Maximum speed: 490 knots (907 km/h)
Cruise speed: 440 kn (815 km/h)
Range: 1,200 nmi (2,222 km) 4 hours on station
Service ceiling: 41,000 ft (12,496 m)

Armament

(5 internal and 6 external) SLAM-ER missiles, Mines and Torpedoes

Avionics

Multi-mission surface search radar
Electro-optical IR Search and Track Pod (optimized to search for thermo bubbles produced by submarine and ship based signatures)
Magnetic Anomaly Detector
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We also offer to sell E-8 JSTARs for battlefield control systems. These 707 base military aircraft come with advanced synthetic aperture radar, electronic warfare, and SIGINT packages provide advanced situational awareness of battlefields.

Lastly Boeing offers the C-17 Globemaster as an air lift unit.

If you wish to inquire about more complex and advanced systems, please let us know we will contact our parent company, Chongqing Aeronautics.

Triyunican Heavy Industries Inquiry: Our bid on ground forces will be coming shortly. Would the Eastern French prefer conventional or ETC guns.

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"With experience in a number of climates that firearms and vehicles have to endure in Oceania, the Union of the Southern Cross Foreign Office - Division of Strategic Services, offers the services of the Southern Cross Army Inventions Directorate, a government-run defense procurement organization specialist, that works with all Southern Cross Defense Contractors, including big names like Thales, General Dynamics Oceania, and Denel.

This would give Eastern France access to the proven and reliable Beretta Australia Rx4 Storm Assault Rifle, with 5.56mmx.223 Remington Round, the rifle is a rotating bolt, gas-operated firearm, that also gains ground against other competitors with the use of its ARGO or "Auto-Regulated Gas-Operated" feed system, a patented piece of machinery that finds a home in all Southern Cross weaponry.

Alongside the Rx4 Storm, we also offer the procurement of the Mk14 EBR Designated Marksmen Rifle, which is a semi-automatic, gas-operated, rotating bolt rifle that specializes in quick, precise kills. It can be mounted with a variety of scopes, and is the preferred weapon of many sniper teams in the Southern Cross Ground Defense Forces. While not truly a full-on sniper rifle, it is perfect for urban warfare, with a shorter barrel and the 'feel' of an assault rifle, but the accuracy of a sniper rifle. It has found a home in and out of the military, and is a preferred rifle of many civilian and law enforcement security details.

For vehicles, we offer as an armored personnel carrier, the ASLAV, an eight-wheeled vehicle that can mount a variety of turrets and heavy weapons, and built on a modular design, allowing for variation in vehicle use. Proven reliability in a variety of environments, it can carry up to eight full-armed combat soldiers, plus a three person crew and is fast and efficient on the battlefield. It is the preferred vehicle of the mechanized forces of the Southern Cross.

Alongside the ASLAV, we also offer for export the Thales MRAP Personnel Carrier. This vehicle is designed specifically to survive mine and improvised explosive device explosions using efficient hull construction and composite armor. The vehicle comes with anti-RPG armored side skirting, designed to detonate point-detonate missile systems, and is well protected against most small-arms weaponry. A favorite of many mechanized forces, it can have manned or remote gun stations on top, and is especially useful in low-intensity conflicts as well as leading soft-skinned vehicle convoys as a troop carrier. Depending on size and variant, these vehicles can carry up to ten fully-equipped soldiers, and are used by both military and civilian security details.

If the government of Eastern France would like more details on other hardware, we ask that they respond, and we will give them further information.

If contracted, corporate as well as military specialists will be available to train Eastern French soldiers and maintenance staff on the uses of these systems, once procured, we also allow for domestic production of most spare parts for any contracting nation."

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[quote name='Triyun' timestamp='1306011208' post='2716219']
The United Federation of the East offers an arms package that can be sustainably maintained by the Eastern French with its own domestic capabilities. If you wish to inquire about more advanced systems, that too is available but it would make you more dependent on foreign advisers to maintain your forces.

Boeing representative:

Our first offer is a 4+++ Multi-Role Fighter. We believe this unit is optimized for your nation's development level. The Silent Hornet offers a comprehensive survival package which combine both 'stealth' and performance features. While it is not as comprehensive as the much harder to maintain fifth generation fighters, it is optimized for air to air stealth, most of the draw backs are in air to ground. This means for defensive measures the Silent Hornet can match many fifth generation enemy units. Further the units is adaptable and capable of carrying large amounts of external weapons, this will allow it to play an interdiction and close air support role.



Additionally the Boeing Company offers to work with our partner companies to sell an overall radar and infrared air defense system, as well as surface to air missiles which can network with the Silent Hornet, enhancing its capability. Additionally the Silent Hornet is compatible with munitions that can not just be purchased from the United Federation of the East's arm suppliers, but also nearby Sovereign Initiative members such as: Athens, Nordland, and Rebel Army. This means that Eastern France would have the capability to shop for advanced precision weapons from several nearby markets as well as the United Federation of the East and Novak. This would minimize long term operation costs, and provide several redundant supply chains. Additionally our engineers can work with you to allow for French domestic built munitions to be compatible as well.

If you are interested in purchasing AWACs, we can also assemble a bid for that, let us know whether you prefer long range, or cheaper shorter range but short take off models.

Boeing also offers to sell the following support craft:



We also offer to sell E-8 JSTARs for battlefield control systems. These 707 base military aircraft come with advanced synthetic aperture radar, electronic warfare, and SIGINT packages provide advanced situational awareness of battlefields.

Lastly Boeing offers the C-17 Globemaster as an air lift unit.

If you wish to inquire about more complex and advanced systems, please let us know we will contact our parent company, Chongqing Aeronautics.

Triyunican Heavy Industries Inquiry: Our bid on ground forces will be coming shortly. Would the Eastern French prefer conventional or ETC guns.
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[b]Private Reply[/b]

Eastern France wishes to purchase 25 units of the F/A-18 E/F Super Hornet Block 3 'Silent Hornet', as well six of the P-8 Poseidon craft, six E-8 JSTARS crafts, and twenty of the C-17 Globemaster units. In addition, we are interested in said air defence system and surface to air missile systems, as well as long-range AWACS capabilities.

We are interested in the possibility of more advanced systems from Chongqing Aeronautics as well.

[b]Classified Responce to Triyunican Heavy Industries[/b]

We are interested in ETC weapons and their potential efficiency and uses, if the Triyunican Heavy Industries is willing to sell us such weapons.

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[quote name='KaiserMelech Mikhail' timestamp='1306013958' post='2716238']
The MR-64 is well known for its reliability and ruggedness, and the 7.62mm bullet offers a far larger punch than the 5.56 of the other two entries. Eastern France would be wise to choose the weapon over the inferior competition.
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The supposedly "superior" MR-64 is also a relic of the 1950s, and has seen little action abroad, and much heavier then the Rx4 Storm, has a longer barrel, which just adds to its bulky nature. Today's combat operations tend to be much more of a close encounter nature, which require guns to be lighter, and infantry to be more mobile. Though the raw energy of the 7.62mm is substantially higher, the Rx4 Storm can use both 5.56mm and Remington .223 cartridges interchangeably. The gun can also be tailored to used 6.8mmx43 rounds, which were initially used in research, but the 5.56mm was favored because other weapons in the SCGDF use that round.

The 5.56mm is also known to inflict more damage after impact, and most ballistic armor nowadays can stop both 7.62mm and 5.56mm rounds anyways, so why have a larger round when you can do more damage with the round used anyways? Saves money, causes more damage after impact. Use of specific ammunition and grain can also remedy stopping power as well, so the ground evens out there.

The Rx4 Storm is proven reliable, and a much more modern competitor to guns that had their heyday long ago. It can also be tailored to suit ones' needs, and with ammunition improvements, can easily compete with the MR-64. With the diverse climates of the Union of the Southern Cross taken into account, the Rx4 Storm has weathered them all and shown to have solid service.

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Boeing Rep:

We can meet these orders. We've also been instructed by our parent company to offer these aircraft paired with a operational maintenance service contract for Chongqing's Euro-zone branch in Athens.

Chongqing Aeronautics offers the F/A-66 Export Plus Multi-role Light Weight Fighter:

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Unit Name: F/A-66-Franco Variant
Unit Type: Light Weight Fighter

Jet Engine: 200KN 3D thrust vectoring turbofan
Weight: Empty: 23, 000 lbs Combat Loaded Weight: 35, 000 lbs
Thrust Weight At Empty: 1.95 Thrust Weight Loaded: 1.28
Maximum Speed: Mach 2.4
Super Cruise: Mach 1.8
Combat Radius: 650 nmi
Ferry Range: 1500 nmi
Service Ceiling: 58, 000 Feet

Avionic Features:

The Phoenix’s entire body is a radar system for its AESA radar. It provides 360 degree lock on coverage. The Phoenix’s radar has a 290 nmi range, and is configured for high bandwidth and x and l bands. Phoenixs as with all Chinese fighters network together to share information and can in groups form a multi-static radar. The plane also has synethic apeture radar to provide high resolution radar imaging of the battlefield. It is equipped with forward infrared electronic-optical sensors which allow for 90 degrees of forward long range detection on the infrared spectrum giving it the ability to engage targets even with some stealth on multiple bandwidths and get the first shot. Additionally the fighter is capable of firing image recognition terminal guidance based air to air missiles.

Beyond the difficulty of its own radar to jam, the Phoenix features a built in ECM suite which is capable of jamming enemy radar and disrupting missile lock-ons to other units (or itself if they manage to break its stealth. Its sensors are also well attuned to detect enemy radar including phased array radar, both for evasion and engagement purposes. It is equipped with a new ECM system which had increased processing power. Its ability to flood enemy spectrum with false information made it further resistant to detection, and in fact was capable of emitting false data on its distance to target to the enemy radar operator causing them to scramble forces in the wrong area of a battle space should that be tactically preferable to avoiding detection entirely. The secondary EO system serves as a filter against IR countermeasures employed by a target aircraft - the seeker is capable of rejecting deployed flares by cross-referencing data regarding UV and optical wavelength emissions with the IR component. The plane itself was equipped with directional infared countermeasures as well as the standard suite of infrared countermeasures. The Phoenix recent upgrades include the capability of its AESA radar to make direct energy attacks against targets. Some photonics for added jamming resistance. And a significantly improved cyber warfare suite.


Engine Specifications:

Built on an improved model of the F-65's turbofan, the F-165B engine provides extremely high performance and unparalleled maneuvering abilities. The engine has been protected from thermal emissions, making infrared tracking significantly harder. The unit is capable of sustained super cruise, allowing it to perform at sustained BVR range.

Stealth Features:

The unit is shaped to reduce its radar cross section profile, including 6 internal hard points for its weapons. The outside of the unit is covered with radar absorbent materials which provide protection against multiple radar bandwidths and are designed to defeat ultra high frequency radar as well. The units engine has been outfitted to minimize the IR and acoustic signatures especially using super cruise.

Specialized Equipment:

Weapons:
1x 25 mm Internal Auto Cannon
6x Internal Hardpoints[/quote]

Additionally Chongqing offers to sell twenty four surplus F-65 Vanguards completely refurbished at a discount.

[quote]
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Chongqing Aeronautic Industries

F-65 Vanguard
Unit Type: Ultra High Performance Air Superiority Fighter

Engine Specifications: 2x 190KN 3D thrust vectoring turbofans
Performance:
* Maximum safe speed: Mach 3.1
* Supercuise: Mach 2.2
* Thrust Weight Ratio: 1.45 (Safe Level)
* Service ceiling 23,000m
*Range: 2800 nmi, 4000 nmi with external fuel tank
*Combat Radius: 900 nmi, 1500 nmi with external fuel tank
* Maximum g-load: -4.0/+10.5 g
Summarized Features: Electronic Countermeasures, Plasma Stealth, RCS, Maneuvering Canards, Thrust Vectoring, Networked Radar, AESA Radar, Capability of linking in with others for multi-static radar, capability of detecting X and L radar bands, 360 degree radar coverage, HUD for pilot, Electro-optical IR scanning

Avionics: Generation 7 Avionics developed between the Omniscient Empire of Naboo and the United Francoist Empire remain among the most advanced in production. With micronized ultra high output phased array radar, the unit is capable of getting a 360-degree look of the battlefield and engaging targets from up to 250 nmi away giving it excellent first look capabilities. The fighter is capable of finding and detecting most early stealth aircrafts, and those not fully protected, and is able to link into ground, ship, AWAC, and other planes sensors to assist in this mission. The AESA radar has some of the best jamming resistance, and is not likely to be intercepted by the enemy. Additionally, the radar is designed to scan on both X-Band and L-Band frequency for stealth planes not configured for them, giving it some capability against RCS targets. Flights of these F-65s network to provide multi-static radar coverage and with their 360 degrees get a side look. They are also equipped with some of the best forward look LIDAR and Infrared sensors, making them capable of first look on these spectrums as well. The F-65 also has an internal electronic warfare system for jamming enemy radar and is usually outfitted with ECM pods for additional jamming capability.

The plane operates on two highly specialized micro-chip processors. This allows it to constantly maintain a high level of data transfer between it and other units in the air.

Stealth Features: The F-65 Vanguard is designed with plasma stealth, RCS features, and radar absorbent coating. Its maneuvering canards are computer controlled to reduce RCS in high-speed flight; this said the F-65 is not a true stealth aircraft. Its designed to be a high performance and maneuverable aircraft instead. It relies on stealthier air to ground fighters and long range stealth cruise missiles to defeat enemy radar defenses, as well as its own extensive electronic counter measures suite.

Maneuvering: The F-65 is one of the most maneuverable aircraft in the world. Its delta shape and maneuvering canards ordinarily would give it high maneuvering; the thrust-vectoring engine propels it even further. It is capable of turning on a dime. The craft enjoys via the delta wing an increased angle of attack and greater stability, making it extremely easy to maneuver, while the maneuvering canards solve the problem of losing energy in attack making up for the principle weakness of the airframe type.

Weapons: 12 External hardpoints for weapons, 2 ECM pods, external fuel tank, 30 mm Cannon (640 Rounds)[/quote]

Triyunican Heavy Industries:

We've been given permission to offer the Juggernaut Franco Variant Main Battle Tank:


[quote]Juggernaut II Main Battle Tank

Unit Type: Main Battle Tank

Motor: 2100 HP gas/turbine electo hybrid engine

Operation Range: 410 miles

Maximum Speed: 50 mph on road

Armor Type: Reactive layered Ceramic Composite, with an optional reinforced anti-rpg outer cage and up armored under carriage for protection against shaped charges.

Additional Defenses:

The Juggernaut II employs a complex full spectrum cyber and electronic/radio detection/jamming system to defend against remote detonated explosives, detect enemy "lock-ons", intercept enemy signaling, and disrupt enemy tactical radar systems. The Unit is capable of providing ultra redundant information assurance to UFE forces while denying the enemy a similar capability.

Soft Kill Weapon System- The Soft Kill Weapon System employs a combination of deploying IR decoys to counter infrared missiles as well as fire focused blast small intercept missiles against incoming projectiles against the tank chassis.

Boomerang Acoustic Kill System- The Boomerang Acoustic Kill System rapidly engage long range target through an acoustic triangulation system to determine the location of an enemy combat system. This provides excellent anti-ambush tactics and renders sniper tactics near obsolete on the battlefield.

ENBC2 Protection- Although already protected, the new Juggernaut II increases the reliability and redundancy of protection against electro magnetic, nuclear, biological, and chemical attacks. Further it adds a new aspect of increased cyber protection recognizing the increasing digitization of combat data.

Weapon Systems:

Smoothbore 120 mm ETC Cannon- The Rifled 140 mm cannon on the Juggernaut I has been replaced with a more accurate and rapidly firing 120 mm ETC Cannon. The new cannon provides extended range and added kinetic penetration to make up for the loss in mass of each shell. The weapon provides the primary BVR combat capability. The cannon is capable of launching anti-tank guided missile shells which are designed to penetrate targets armor from above, further increasing the ETC 120 mm cannon's lethality against heavier armor.

(2) .50 caliber remote operated chain cannon- The next generation chain gun provides a 50% increase in rate of fire over previous models increasing accuracy and lethality of the Juggernaut IIs anti-infantry weapons. The weapons can be manually operated, or operated by VI. The units are equipped with CIWS capability.

(2) 40 mm Grenade Launcher- Designed with smart shells for remote detonation, the 40 mm grenade launchers provide fragmentation anti infantry support against positions of cover such as a building. Warheads are capable of being set to detonate at a given point rather than at impact. (such as when entering a bunker)

Optional Weapon Systems:

S-51 Surface to Air Missile System

Drone support:

The Juggernaut II is equipped with several portable support drones including optional VTOL UAV, remote operated EOD UGV. Further it can control a convoy including support UCGV and ammunition resupply UGVs.

Integrated Sensors:

Integrated Radar Suite including short range proximity radar to track ground and air threats and ground penetrating radar to find mine fields, IEDs, and other devices before they become an issue. Capable of tracking multiple projectiles at once. Networked unified sensor systems provides the Juggernaut II with information from other UFE combat platforms in the battle space.

EIR Scopes- Advanced Electronic Infrared Scopes provide thermal imaging and protection against anti-IR counter measures.[/quote]

[quote]NLOS-AA Hydra
Unit Type: Self Propelled Non-Line of Site Air Defense Weapon System
Engine Type: 800 hp diesel/hybrid system
Speed: 60 mph on road
Range: 410 miles
Armor:

The Hydra Employs mid weight composite reactive armor, additionally optional anti-RPG cages provide further protection against modern anti-vehicle weaponry.

Defensive Systems:

The Hydra employs a complex full spectrum cyber and electronic/radio detection/jamming system to defend against remote detonated explosives, detect enemy "lock-ons", intercept enemy signaling, and disrupt enemy tactical radar systems. The Unit is capable of providing ultra redundant information assurance to UFE forces while denying the enemy a similar capability.

Soft Kill Weapon System- The Soft Kill Weapon System employs a combination of deploying IR decoys to counter infrared missiles as well as fire focused blast small intercept missiles against incoming projectiles against the wheeled chassis.

Boomerang Acoustic Kill System- The Boomerang Acoustic Kill System rapidly engage long range target through an acoustic triangulation system to determine the location of an enemy combat system. This provides excellent anti-ambush tactics and renders sniper tactics near obsolete on the battlefield.

ENBC2 Protection- Although already protected, the new Hydra increases the reliability and redundancy of protection against electro magnetic, nuclear, biological, and chemical attacks. Further it adds a new aspect of increased cyber protection recognizing the increasing digitization of combat data.

Sensor System:
AESA Air Search Radar
X/S Dual Band Ground Search Radar
Electro-Optical IR Scope

Weapons:
(2) 40 mm ETC Close-In Weapon System Autocannon
(1) Co-axial 7.62 mm HMG
(2) 4 Tube Infrared SAM missile battery
(2) 15 Tube Point Defense SAM missile battery[/quote]

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[b]Classified Responce[/b]

The Eastern French military wishes to purchase the twenty four F-65 Vanguard units, as well as 500 Juggernaut II tank systems with the optional S-51 surface to air missiles and drone configurations. We also wish to purchase 300 NLOS-AA Hydra Systems.

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