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Continued from here http://forums.cybernations.net/index.php?showtopic=100102&st=0#entry2671044

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[b]Classified Annual Strategic Defence Review[/b]

[b]Conventional Military[/b]

607,000 personel
3036 Challenger III's
1010 Hector Rapid Deployment Tank
2024 Scimitar II Rapid Deployment Armoured Recon Tank
6070 Warrior III's
6070 L118 Light Field Gun
6070 Imperial Justice Heavy Rocket Artillery System
6070 Imperial Justice Long Range Mobile Anti Air Defence
6070 Thor Self Propelled Artillery System
6070 MIM-104F Patriot Batteries
6070 Starstreak Mobile Anti Air System (Vehicle Mounted)
10 100MJ Railguns
300,000 logistics vehicles
300,000 transport vehicles

[b]RAF
(Only offensive aircraft Listed, auxillary units are not.)[/b]

250 GB-1 Sparrows
300 GB-2 British Bulldogs
200 GB-3 Widowmakers
70 GB-6 eTyphoon
100 GB-4 Aurora Supersonic Strategic Stealth Bomber
100 GB-5 Lancaster Stealth Lancer

[b] Royal Navy
(Only offensive warships Listed, auxillary units are not.)[/b]

Aircraft Carrier X6
Guided Missile Battlecruiser X7
Destroyer x6
Battleship x7
Corvette x8
Frigate X6
Attack Submarine x20
Missile submarine x4
Helicopter Carrier x8

[i][b]Sidenote[/b][/i]
20XX Defence review includes update statistics.

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[b]British Army Battlegroups[/b]

[b]Army Group Saxon - 100,000[/b]
The Royal Irish Guards - 50,000
The Royal Coldstream Guards - 50,000

[b] Army Group Celtic - 100,000[/b]
The Royal Scots Guards Corps - 50,000
The Kings Royal Grenadier Corps - 50,000

[b]Army Group Wallace - 100,000[/b]
The Welsh Guards - 50,000
The Gurkha Rifles - 50,000

[b] Army Group Arthur - 100,000[/b]
The Rifles - 50,000
The Black Watch Corps - 50,000

[b] Army Group Lions Mane - 150,000[/b]
The Duke of Lancasters Corps - 50,000
The Anglian Corps - 50,000
The Mercian Corps - 50,000

[b]Special Forces - 7,000[/b]
The Special Air Service - 3,500
The Special Boat Service - 3,500

[b]Special Forces Support Group[/b]
The Royal Marine Commandos - 25,000
The Parachute Corps - 25,000

[b]Fire support units per Corp - not including Special Forces Support Group[/b]
x276 Challenger III per Corp
x466 Warrior III's
x466 L118 Light Field Gun
x466 Imperial Justice Heavy Rocket Artillery System
x466 Imperial Justice Long Range Mobile Anti Air Defence
x466 Thor Self Propelled Artillery System
x466 Starstreak Mobile Anti Air System (Vehicle Mounted)

[b]Fire support units per Corp - Special Forces Support Group[/b]
x505 Hector Rapid Deployment Tank
x1012 Scimitar II Rapid Deployment Armoured Recon Tank
x466 L118 Light Field Guns
x466 Starstreak Mobile Anti Air System (Vehicle Mounted)
x466 Warrior III

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Just posting my last two post in the other thread to keep my bearings.

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[b]Classified

MoD R+D Department
Programs under research:

Current Projects;[/b]

Reinforced missile silos - 100%
Ospery Assault Body Armour Mk6 - 100%
Mk 8 Helmet - 100%
6th gen fighter aircraft - 5%
Mass Production of Nanotechnology - 5%

[b] Research Projects[/b]
Nanotechnology for limted use on critical areas of body armour - 5%
Nanotechnology for enhanced stealth elements on aircraft - 4.5%
Nanotechnology for advanced AMAP - 5%
Stealth Missile Ordinance - 90%

[b] Unmanned Aerial Fire Support Platform[/b]
* Advanced Radar Absorbing Material - 80%
* Advanced Rotary Missile Launcher - 80%
- ARL will have the capacity to carry and launch five long range A2A missiles, or five 1000Ib bombs. Smaller Ordinance include ten 500Ib bombs or ten AIM-9X A2A missiles.
* F200-PW-101 Engines - 80%
- The F200 is an upgrade of the Pratt & Whitney F119-PW-100. This engine will have 40,000 pounds of thrust.
* Advanced Avionics -
-1× AN/APQ-164 forward-looking offensive passive phased-array radar
-1× AN/ALQ-161 radar warning and defensive jamming equipment
-1× AN/ASQ-184 defensive management system
-1× Sniper XR targeting pod (optional)

* Weapon System and countermeasures - 80%
- Four internal mounted long range rotary launchers
- HELLADS defence system
- Long Range Stealth Missiles

[b] EB-52 Megafortress

Specifications[/b]

Airframe - 70%
Radar and Surveillance - 70%
Weapons and countermeasures - 70%
Survivability - 70%

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[b]Classified[/b]

With the possibility of a rising power in France claiming to be of The House of Plantagenet, the King and Parliament decided the South Coasts defences would require much more firepower. Ontop of the existing complex fortifications along the coastline, many more would be constructed, aswell as a large battery of naval artillery built into the cliffs of Dover and surrounding area. Every beach along the south coast from Cornwall to Medway was made into a minefield ranging from anti personel to anti tank mines and was completly shut off to the public. The territorial waters along the south coast beaches were also covered by naval mines such as CAPTOR mines, magnetic mines and contact mines. Major military Ports such as Portsmouth, Southampton and Plymouth would be left un-mined for the passage of british military shipping. EEZ territory would not be mined nor would the Dover/Calais straight.

Mobile starstreak anti air defences were deployed in higher intensity along the coastline as were MIM-104F patriot batteries for longe range aircraft interception.

Further fortications would included complex earthworks that would over time be reinforced with rebar concrete, artillery batteries, ten large 100MJ Railguns spread out along the coast, further inland than other artillery and in specially constructed facilities to house them. The Royal Coldstream Guards and the Duke of Lancasters corps, a force of 100,000 men were re-deployed to the south coast to man the defences.

The two corps would be strung out in Regiment size along the assigned areas of highst vuneribility. Moreover, Parliament gave the greenlight for a project that the MoD had been pushing for, for years now. A complete new road system for Military Traffic only to avoid deleys using civilian roadways. Trainlines would be laid across the nation for military traffic aswell for speedy deployments.

The RAF presence in the south of England was raised from two squadrons of fighters and one squadron of strike aircraft to three figter squadrons, two strike aircraft squadrons and three multirole squadrons.

In around a week, the Ark Royal Battlegroup would arrive back in British waters to patrol the North Sea whilst two Astute class submarines were redeployed from the Asian theatre of operations to Patrol the English Channel and the Bay of Biscay.

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[b]MoD R+D Development - Classified[/b]

[quote]GB-2 British Bulldogs
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Unit Type: Ultra High Performance Air Superiority Fighter
Engine Specifications: Powerplant: 2× Pratt & Whitney F119-PW-100 Pitch Thrust vectoring turbofans
Dry thrust: 23,500 lb[221] (104 kN) each
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
*Weapons: 30mm Internal Gatling Cannon, 8 Internal Weapons Hard-points, 2 ECM pods, 4 Attachable none stealth mounts for 6 external weapons[/quote]

[quote]GB-3 Widowmaker
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Unit Type: Fighter Bomber
Engine Specifications: Powerplant: 2× Pratt & Whitney F119-PW-100 Pitch Thrust vectoring turbofans
Dry thrust: 23,500 lb[221] (104 kN) each
Thrust/Weight Ratio: 1.4
Range: 3000 nautical miles
Combat Radius: 1000-1200 nautical miles
Service Ceiling: 22, 000 meters
Weapons:
8 Internal Weapons Hard-Points, 2 ECM pods, 6 Attachable none stealth mounts for 8 external weapons [/quote]

The GB-2 has been prooven to have a higher performance standard than other RAF including the GB-1 Sparrow Multirole Fighter. GB-3 Widowmakers have also recieved massive commednations from pilots in the Asian theatre.

Plans have been made to withdraw the GB-1 Sparrows and the RAF's heavy bombers in favour of highly specialised variants of the Bulldog and the Widowmaker. The upgrades will include intergration of the HELLAD system onto the GB-2 and GB-3's, introduction of the Pratt & Whitney F200 jet engine, a larger internal weapons bay and more space for externally held weapons aswell as the introduction of specially designed stealthy external fuel tanks for longer range missions.
Advances in stealth technology will make the Bulldog and the Widowmaker a contender for one of the stealthiest 5.5 generation aircraft in Europe. The entire body on both jets will act as a RADAR system for its active phased array radar. It provides 360 degree lock on coverage. They will be equipped with forward infrared electronic-optical sensors which would allow for 90 degrees of forward long range detection on the infrared spectrum giving it the ability to engage targets even with stealth on multiple bandwidths and get the first shot. They will be capable of networking with space based RADAR to help detect enemy radar so that it can adjust its own sensors towards "blind spots" or work with other fighters to use multi static detection to find the enemy aircraft and either engage with specialized radar seeking missiles, infrared missiles, or autocannon depending on strength of stealth.

Upgrades to the Bulldogs weapon systems will include a further two internal weapon mounts, an upgraded ECM suite and a further two specially designed stealth pods. This would bring the Bulldogs weapon potential to ten internal weapons, eight external stealth mounts, two ECM pods with upgraded systems, a 30mm gattling cannon and a HELLAD's mount

Upgrades to the Widowmakers weapon systems will include a further two internal weapon mounts, an upgraded ECM suite, specially designed stealth pods for six external weapons, a 25mm gattling cannon and a HELLAD's mount.

For the system to work to its fullest potential a network of space based RADAR will be launched over the next year. SBR will be capable of imaging with a resolution of up to 10 centimetres, through an X-band radar system. The satellite's maximum resolution is predicted to be around 1 metre. The SKYNET network will be the first British satellite to feature Synthetic Aperture Radar, or SAR, which will provide images day or night and under all weather conditions.

The new F200 engines will increase individual engine thrust from 35,000 pounds, to 40,000 pounds of thrust per engine and they will be fitted onto the Widowmakers and Bulldogs to minimize the IR and acoustic signatures especially when using super cruise. Both the Bulldogs and the Widowmakers new engines will be have S-shaped intake ducts that shield the compressor fan from reflecting radar waves aswell as being designed to disguise there infrared emissions, reducing the threat of infrared homing ("heat seeking") surface-to-air or air-to-air missiles, including flatter thrust vectoring nozzles. Furthermore both jets will have a revolutionary new life support system to deal with the different gasses and pressures of extremely high altitude flight. High altitude flight when referring to the new aircraft would be around 30,000 meters.

BAE systems are developing "stealth missiles" for usage on another aircraft due for final testing in the next few months. Alongside the UAFSP project, a new revolutionary stealth coating is close to completion after astounding technitions on test flights on the prototype UAFSP at its abilty to hide the aircraft from RADAR.

The upgraded Widowmakers and Bulldogs will be desgined in several different varients including:

GB-2E - Dedicated EW platform
GB-2K - Dedicated Ultra High Performance Air Superiority Fighter
GB-2C - Carrier based Ultra High Performance Air Superiority Fighter

GB-3C - Carrier based Ultra High Performance Multirole Aircraft
GB-3S - Dedicated Ultra High Performance Strike Aircraft

GB-2KE - Export Dedicated Ultra High Performance Air Superiority Fighter
GB-3CE - Export Carrier based Ultra High Performance Multirole Aircraft
GB-3SE - Export Dedicated Ultra High Performance Strike Aircraft

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[b]Classified

MoD R+D Department
Programs under research:

Current Projects;[/b]

Reinforced missile silos - 100%
Ospery Assault Body Armour Mk6 - 100%
Mk 8 Helmet - 100%
6th gen fighter aircraft - 5.5%
Mass Production of Nanotechnology - 5.5%

[b] Research Projects[/b]
Nanotechnology for limted use on critical areas of body armour - 5.5%
Nanotechnology for enhanced stealth elements on aircraft - 5%
Nanotechnology for advanced AMAP - 5.5%
Stealth Missile Ordinance - 100%

[b] Unmanned Aerial Fire Support Platform[/b]
* Advanced Radar Absorbing Material - 90%
* Advanced Rotary Missile Launcher - 90%
- ARL will have the capacity to carry and launch five long range A2A missiles, or five 1000Ib bombs. Smaller Ordinance include ten 500Ib bombs or ten AIM-9X A2A missiles.
* F200-PW-101 Engines - 90%
- The F200 is an upgrade of the Pratt & Whitney F119-PW-100. This engine will have 40,000 pounds of thrust.
* Advanced Avionics -
-1× AN/APQ-164 forward-looking offensive passive phased-array radar
-1× AN/ALQ-161 radar warning and defensive jamming equipment
-1× AN/ASQ-184 defensive management system
-1× Sniper XR targeting pod (optional)

* Weapon System and countermeasures - 90%
- Four internal mounted long range rotary launchers
- HELLADS defence system
- Long Range Stealth Missiles

[b] EB-52 Megafortress

Specifications[/b]

Airframe - 80%
Radar and Surveillance - 80%
Weapons and countermeasures - 80%
Survivability - 80%

[b]Widowmaker and Bulldog Upgrade[/b]

GB-2E - Dedicated EW platform - 10%
GB-2K - Dedicated Ultra High Performance Air Superiority Fighter - 10%
GB-2C - Carrier based Ultra High Performance Air Superiority Fighter - 10%

GB-3C - Carrier based Ultra High Performance Multirole Aircraft - 10%
GB-3S - Dedicated Ultra High Performance Strike Aircraft - 10%

GB-2KE - Export Dedicated Ultra High Performance Air Superiority Fighter - 10%
GB-3CE - Export Carrier based Ultra High Performance Multirole Aircraft - 10%
GB-3SE - Export Dedicated Ultra High Performance Strike Aircraft - 10%

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[b]Classified[/b]

The completion by BAE of its new stealth ordinance heralded a new advantage over most of Britains enemies, mainly the Koreans and the French though it would come into its own against the Irish should the war in Europe escalate to the point of British involvement. The new range of missiles will feature:

*Low reflective paint for reduced IR and Visual detection
*Chines to reduce shoulder signature
*Sharp nose coes for low frontal RCS
*Low power controlled emission guidance sensors for reduce EME
*Straight fuselage sides for a narrow broadside
*Flush inlets with RAM and hidden lip for major RCS reduction
*Radome structured finsto reduce low frequency RCS
*Exhaust mixer 2-d nozzle with RAM (low aft end RCS accoustic and IR)
*Beavertail nozzle shield to reduce IR and RADAR
*Body RAM to reduce specular and travelling wave


A range of weaponry would be utilised from the development including:

[b]Short range air to air missiles[/b]
*Starkstreak II
*AIM-XX
*AIM-2000S

[b]Medium range air to air missiles[/b]
*MBDA Meteor II
*AIM-7 II
*AIM-121

[b]Long rang air to air missiles[/b]
*AIM-54X

[b]Cruise Missiles[/b]
*BGM-110
*BGM-111 Storm Shadow II

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[b]Classified

MoD R+D Department
Programs under research:

Current Projects;[/b]

Reinforced missile silos - 100%
Ospery Assault Body Armour Mk6 - 100%
Mk 8 Helmet - 100%
6th gen fighter aircraft - 6%
Mass Production of Nanotechnology - 6%

[b] Research Projects[/b]
Nanotechnology for limted use on critical areas of body armour - 6%
Nanotechnology for enhanced stealth elements on aircraft - 6%
Nanotechnology for advanced AMAP - 6%
Stealth Missile Ordinance - 100%

[b] Unmanned Aerial Fire Support Platform[/b]
* Advanced Radar Absorbing Material - 100%
* Advanced Rotary Missile Launcher - 100%
- ARL will have the capacity to carry and launch five long range A2A missiles, or five 1000Ib bombs. Smaller Ordinance include ten 500Ib bombs or ten AIM-9X A2A missiles.
* F200-PW-101 Engines - 100%
- The F200 is an upgrade of the Pratt & Whitney F119-PW-100. This engine will have 40,000 pounds of thrust.
* Advanced Avionics -
-1× AN/APQ-164 forward-looking offensive passive phased-array radar
-1× AN/ALQ-161 radar warning and defensive jamming equipment
-1× AN/ASQ-184 defensive management system
-1× Sniper XR targeting pod (optional)

* Weapon System and countermeasures - 100%
- Four internal mounted long range rotary launchers
- HELLADS defence system
- Long Range Stealth Missiles

[b] EB-52 Megafortress

Specifications[/b]

Airframe - 90%
Radar and Surveillance - 90%
Weapons and countermeasures - 90%
Survivability - 90%

[b]Widowmaker and Bulldog Upgrade[/b]

GB-2E - Dedicated EW platform - 20%
GB-2K - Dedicated Ultra High Performance Air Superiority Fighter - 50%
GB-2C - Carrier based Ultra High Performance Air Superiority Fighter - 50%

GB-3C - Carrier based Ultra High Performance Multirole Aircraft - 50%
GB-3S - Dedicated Ultra High Performance Strike Aircraft - 50%

GB-2KE - Export Dedicated Ultra High Performance Air Superiority Fighter - 50%
GB-3CE - Export Carrier based Ultra High Performance Multirole Aircraft - 50%
GB-3SE - Export Dedicated Ultra High Performance Strike Aircraft - 50%


[b]Side Note[/b]
With the advanced RADAR Absorbing material, the F200 Engines and the stealth ordinance, the Widowmaker and Bulldog upgrades have advanced in completion to 50%.

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[b]MoD Classified R+D Department[/b]

[b]Completed Projects[/b]

[b]Personal Protection[/b]
Iron Fist Active Protection project.
Future Warrior Program.
Ospery Assault Body Armour Mk6.
Mk 8 Helmet

[b]National Defence[/b]

Satellite Missile Defence Network (SMDN)
Satellite observation network
Automated rail replacement system
Railgun Project.
Scramjet Projectile
High Energy Liquid Laser Area Defense System
Tactical Energy Weapon Defence Platforms
Britannia Anti Ship Ballistic Missile

[b]Aircraft[/b]

[b]Unmanned Aerial Fire Support Platform[/b]
* Advanced Radar Absorbing Material
* Advanced Rotary Missile Launcher
- ARL will have the capacity to carry and launch five long range A2A missiles, or five 1000Ib bombs. Smaller Ordinance include ten 500Ib bombs or ten AIM-9X A2A missiles.
* F200-PW-101 Engines
- The F200 is an upgrade of the Pratt & Whitney F119-PW-100. This engine will have 40,000 pounds of thrust.
[b] * Advanced Avionics [/b]
-1× AN/APQ-164 forward-looking offensive passive phased-array radar
-1× AN/ALQ-161 radar warning and defensive jamming equipment
-1× AN/ASQ-184 defensive management system
-1× Sniper XR targeting pod (optional)
[b] * Weapon System and countermeasures[/b] -
- Four internal mounted long range rotary launchers
- HELLADS defence system
- Long Range Stealth Missiles

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The secondary dedicated military road and rail network was well underway as contractors and REME Regiments toiled over Britains countrysides to finish it as soon as possible, but it was still years from completion.

The Ark Royal Battlegroup had sailed into the English Channel and through the Dover straights into the North Sea after a pitstop in Portsmouth to disembark its marines. The Illustrious battlegroup, now reinforced with the mothballed ships that replaced those lost in Korea was to remain on station in the North Atlantic and the Swann Battlegroup moved into the Arctic Ocean around Franz Josef Land for an extreme weather shakedown exercise.

All other defensive construction along the south coast was proceeding on schedule.

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[b]Highly Classified Black Project MoD R+D Department[/b]

[i][b]The GB-7 Redcoat High Performance Air Superiority Aircraft[/b][/i]
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[b]General:[/b]
The GB-7 is a sixth generation stealth fighter borrowing features heavily from aircraft in the GB line of aircraft. The GB-7 is intended to be a light-weight supplement to existing 5.5 generation fighters and certainly not as a replacement. It will have a carrier variant for naval operations with Carriers in the Royal Navy.

The Redcoat will likely have directed energy weapons—high-powered microwaves and lasers for defense against incoming missiles or as offensive weapons themselves. Munitions would likely be of the “dial an effect” type, able to cause anything from impairment to destruction of an air or ground target.
Materials and microelectronics technologies would combine to make the aircraft a large integrated sensor, possibly eliminating the need for a nose radar as it is known today. It would be equipped for making cyber attacks as well as achieving kinetic effects, but would still have to be cost-effective to make, service, and modify. The vast amounts of data will be available to the pilot, who may or may not be on board the aircraft. The pilot will see wide-ranging, intuitive views of “the extended world” around the aircraft, he noted. The aircraft will collect its own data and seamlessly fuse it with off-board sensors, including those on other aircraft. The difference from fifth generation will be the level of detail and certainty—the long-sought automatic target recognition.

Embedded sensors and microelectronics will also make possible sensor arrays in “locations that previously weren’t available because of either heat or the curvature of the surface,” providing more powerful and comprehensive views of the battlefield, although the aircraft probably won’t be autonomous, it will be able to “learn” and advise the pilot as to what actions to take—specifically, whether a target should be incapacitated temporarily, damaged, or destroyed. The GB-7 will have a much more lightweight and hold more space for weapon systems due to the elimination of wiring system. The introduction of nanotechnology and photonics the GB-7 will be able to process information much faster than a standard 5th gen aircraft. A photonic system will have a much tougher resiliance from digital attack. The aircrafts flight systems would be networked through a secure data link to battlespace controllers and immersing it into the RAF's domination doctrine.

New F220 engines will increase individual engine thrust 65,000 pounds of thrust per engine and they will be fitted onto the Redcoat to minimize the IR and acoustic signatures especially when using super cruise. The Redcoats new engines will have S-shaped intake ducts that shield the compressor fan from reflecting radar waves aswell as being designed to disguise the infrared emissions, reducing the threat of infrared homing ("heat seeking") surface-to-air or air-to-air missiles, including flatter thrust vectoring nozzles. Furthermore both jets will have a revolutionary new life support system to deal with the different gasses and pressures of extremely high altitude flight. High altitude flight when referring to the new aircraft would be around 75,000 ft

[b]General Statistics[/b]
Crew - 2 (Pilot and RADAR intercept officer)
Length - 72ft 5in
Wingspan - 50ft 8in
Height - 15ft 11in
Wing Area - 1000ft2
Empty Weight - 30,000lb
Loaded Weight - 65,000lb
Max Takeoff Weight - 65,000lb
Powerplant - 2x Pratt & Whitney F220-PW-200 - 65,000lb (per engine)

[b]Performance [/b]
Maximum speed - Mach 3.4
Super cruise - Mach 2.5
Range - 4000 nmi
Combat radius - 2200 nmi
Weapons:
-Solid State Chemical Energy Laser - 1
-High-Power Microwave Directed-Energy Weapon - 1
-Internal Missile Hardpoint - 8

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Before you start crying about how I dont have the tech yet, this is part of a long running WiP and research RP. Im not going to "lol 6th gen planes" like others did when the tech scale changed.

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