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With the Empire of Vektaria now on sound economic ground, the National Defense Industry began to develop a wide variety of vehicles and aircrafts. While most of these weapons will be used exclusively by the Vekta National Defense Force, some will be available for export to allies and other nations around the world.

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Model Type: Krauss-Maffei Pzkw X "Panther"

Vehicle Type: Main Battle Tank

Crew: Three (Driver, Gunner, and Commander).

Price: $70.5 Million

Speed:

Ground: 74.8 mph (100 kph) maximum road speed; 50 mph (80 kph) maximum off-road speed. The vehicle is designed to traverse virtually all terrain and can climb at up to a 60% grade although at a much slower speed (About 10% of maximum road speed). It can also climb barriers and ford trenches. The vehicle can also handle side slopes of up to 30%.

Statistical Data:

Height: 9.33 feet (2.8 meters) to top of turret.

Width: 12 feet (3.6 meters)

Length: 22.9 feet(6.88 meters) (hull only)

Weight: 61 tons (55 metric tons) fully loaded

Weapon Systems:

140 mm Electrothermal Smooth Bore Cannon: Mounted in the tank's turret and fully automated, this was a rather old (and refined) weapon capable of knocking out any tank then in service. The projectile is loaded into the barrel, behind which there is a "propellant", which is a dot of light metal. A powerful electromagnetic force is applied to the metal, which causes its atoms to "switch" directions. This happens so violently that the metal turns to plasma, and this expanding gas then drives the projectile forward. The autoloader handled only one type of ammunition, and normally only APFSDS munitions were loaded, since the main target would be other tanks.

Infrared Laser Jammers (2): These are jamming devices designed to stop incoming missiles, though actually the lasers fire wide beams of IR light at incoming missiles. When an IR guided missile is hit by the lasers its seeker is blinded.

Firefly Chaff Launchers (2): Located on the sides of the turret in the box-like structures. The launchers fire decoys straight up. This system is designed to confuse incoming missiles. The launchers do this by launching both flares and active radar decoys

Sensors:

Datalink transmitters: A powerful battlefield management communications system. Allows the tank to use targeting data from scout vehicles for firing the Sabot rounds, and to provide targeting data to other vehicles. The normal effective battlefield range is 10 miles (16 km).

Thermo-Imager: range of 2 miles (3.2 km). Finds the infra-red radiations of things that are warm. Also enables pilot to see in smoke, shadows and darkness.

Two Periscopes: Have up to x100 magnification for commander and driver to view out of while maneuvering the vehicle.

Nightvision Optics: Range: 2,000 ft (609 m). Uses light amplification to make a picture. Emits no light but will not work in absolute darkness. System can be dazzled by sudden bright lights but does not physically blind the pilot.

Laser Targeting/Rangefinder System 41,333 feet (12,400 meters).

Tank is fully NBC (Nuclear, Biological, Chemical) protected, and all equipment is hardened against EMP (Electromagnetic Pulse).

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Model Type: Krauss-Maffei Pzkw XI "Tiger"

Vehicle Type: Heavy Tank

Crew: Three (Driver, Gunner, and Commander).

Price: $89.6 Million

Speed:

Ground: 74.8 mph (120 kph) maximum road speed; 50 mph (80 kph) maximum off-road speed. The vehicle is designed to traverse virtually all terrain and can climb at up to a 60% grade although at a much slower speed (About 10% of maximum road speed). It can also climb barriers and ford trenches. The vehicle can also handle side slopes of up to 30%.

Statistical Data:

Height: 10.87 feet (3.26 meters) to top of CIWS turret.

Width: 15.33 feet (4.6 meters)

Length: 36.23 feet (10.87 meters) with mine plow; 32.48 feet (9.9 meters) for just the hull/main body of the tank.

Weight: 91.5 tons (83 metric tons) fully loaded

Weapon Systems:

120mm Light Weight High Breech Pressure Liquid Propellant ETC: Mounted in the tank's turret and fully automated, this was a rather old (and refined) weapon capable of knocking out any tank then in service. It fires a variety of ammunition with combustible cases, meaning there is no need to eject spent casings.

Heckler & Koch LPM-8-B Liquid Propellant Machine-gun: This weapon was designed when it was clear that the older 7.62 mm machine-gun design would be inadequate. In later models, this was replaced by a rail gun but many older models still retained this weapon. The weapon can fire all types of burst available to machine guns except extended bursts. The weapon uses a special liquid propellant which delivers about four times the force of nitro-cellulose propellant and the weapon fires an 8 mm round.

Sensors:

Fully stabilized gun sight: A computer aided gunsight with up to x100 magnification and integral laser rangefinder.

Datalink transmitters: A powerful battlefield management communications system. Allows the tank to use targeting data from scout vehicles for firing the Anti-Tank missiles or Sabot rounds, and to provide targeting data to other vehicles. Bonus varies on the quality of the data being provided, but all data would allow the tank to fire over obstacles if the scout vehicle is in the right position. The normal effective battlefield range is 10 miles (16 km).

Thermo-Imager: range of 2 miles (3.2 km). Finds the infra-red radiations of things that are warm. Also enables pilot to see in smoke, shadows and darkness.

Two Periscopes: Have up to x100 magnification for commander and driver to view out of while maneuvering the vehicle.

Nightvision Optics: Range: 2,000 ft (609 m). Uses light amplification to make a picture. Emits no light but will not work in absolute darkness. System can be dazzled (but not burned out, compensates within a single round) by sudden bright lights but does not physically blind the user.

Laser Targeting/Rangefinder System 41,333 feet (12,400 meters).

Tank is fully NBC (Nuclear, Biological, Chemical) protected, and all equipment is hardened against EMP (Electromagnetic Pulse).

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Specifications:

Height: 9.0 feet (2.75 meters)

Width: 12.5 feet (3.3 meters)

Length: 23.6 feet (7.2 meters)

Weight: 29.1 tons

Speed - Maximum 65 mph

Speed - Cross Country 50 mph

Speed - 10% Slope 29 mph

Speed - 60% Slope 20 mph

Armament:

The Heinkel uses a 80 mm Electro Thermal Cannon on a turret. The Electro-Thermal Chemical Gun uses electrical energy to augment and control the release of chemical energy from existing or new propellants. The electrical energy is used to create a high-temperature plasma, which in turn both ignites the propellants and controls the release of the chemical energy stored in the propellants during the ballistic cycle.

The Turret can rotate 360-degrees and can aim upwards 60 degrees - allowing it to engage low-flying aircraft, mostly Helicopters. The vehicles also have four firing ports on either side and two in the rear. This allows the troops to engage in battle while still in the vehicle. The Heinkel is also equipped with a 9mm auto cannon in the front, and two 7.62mm Co-axial machine guns, which are mounted on cupolas on the top of the turret.

For added offensive capabilties, The Heinkel incoporates three Anti-Tank Missiles. Mounted on top of the turret in a powered remote controlled mount is a Grenade Launcher. The commander can operate the grenade launcher from inside the Heinkel and does not need to expose himself. Aiming is aided by the use of the fire control computer of the vehicle. The mount can rotate 360 degrees and has a maximum elevation of 60 degrees.

A smoke/gas dispensing unit is attached to each side of the IFV. The dispenser releases a dense cloud of smoke that covers a 40 foot (12.2 m) area in front of the vehicle. It can also release tear gas. The dispenser can dispense prismatic aerosol for dispersing laser beams. This has the same effect as prismatic aerosol grenades.

Fire and Control Systems:

Perisope System: The maximum range for identification is nine hundred meters for night and one thousand meters for day target identification.

LIDAR Detection: The LKL LIDAR Detection System is implemented into the IFV for greater targetting capabilties.

RADAR system: The Heinkel RADAR can detect at a range of 50 miles, and identify 96 targets and track 48.

Laser Targetting System: Detection: Sixteen thousand meters. The RFL has a range accuracy to within 10m and target discrimination of 20m

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Name: GLI-133 Ank'ríat

Type: Super Heavy Bomber

Length: 101m

Wingspan: 117.16m

Height: 25.3m

Empty Weight: 230,000 kilograms

Loaded Weight: 449,310 kilograms

Maximum Take-Off Weight: 572,330 kilograms

Power Plant: Six F101-GE-102 augmented turbofans

Maximum Velocity: 1,050 kph

Cruise Velocity: 870 kph

Range: Unlimited

Service Ceiling: 16,000 meters

Armament: six external hardpoints for 59,000 lb (27,000 kg) of ordnance and 5 internal bomb bays for 75,000 lb (34,000 kg) of ordnance.

Defenses:

Two internal 'Artus' cylindrical mini-missile close-in weapon system

Crew: 5

Procurement Cost: 1.7 billion

Planned Production: 10

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Name: MB-1 Ghost Strategic Stealth Bomber

Height: 44 feet (13.1 meters)

Wingspan: 182 feet 9 inches (55.7 meters)

Length: 176 feet 6 inches (54.1 meters)

Weight: 257,940.8 pounds (117,000 kg) empty and 606,270 pounds (275,000 kg) fully loaded

Maximum Altitude: 20,000 m (65,500 ft)

Maximum Range: 6,000 km (3,250 nm)

Range (full load): 2,200 km (1,200 nm)

PayLoad - 54,000 kg

Sensors - AKZ RADAR (480 Kilometers), Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), and FLIR,

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Name: MLB-1 Varitas Stealth Bomber

Length: 38 m (125 ft)

Height: 10 m (33 ft)

Max altitude: 20,000 m (65,500 ft)

Cruising altitude: 15,000 m (49,000 ft)

Max range: 6,000 km (3,250 nm)

Range with max load: 2,200 km (1,200 nm)

Weight (empty): 32,000 kg (70,500 lb)

MTOW 85,000 kg: (188,000 lb)

Max load 20,000 kg: (44,000 lb)

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STATISTICAL DATA:

Type: One man multi-role fighter.

Total Length: 17.3 m

Total Height: 5.5 m Total

Total Wingspan: 13.6 m

Dry Weight: 18.8 metric tons

Fuel Compacity: 2,300 US gal (8,706 liters)

Maximum Speed @ 14,500 meter : Mach 2.8

Cruise Speed (max performance without afterburner): Mach 1.7

Stall Speed: 120 kph

Climb Rate: 28,000 meters per minute

Ceiling: 20,000 meters (65 kft)

Minimal Landing Distance at Sea Level: 300 meters

Max Combat Radius: 2500 km

Max Range (without external stores): 5600km

Propulsion:

2 x P&W F-119-V-500 variable cycle chemical turbofans/turbojets, 220 kN of afterburning thrust total. The engines have vectoring nozzles and provide STOVL capability.

AirFrame:

The MF-2 Chimera makes extensive use of carbon composites to reduce weight and reduce the passive radar cross section of the aircraft. However titanium, or titanium alloys, still makes up a large percentage of the structural material (38%) and makes up large portions of the fuselage, keel, and aft booms that hold the horizontal and vertical stabilizers. Each wing is made of carbon fiber/Bismaleimide (BMI) which is stronger than traditional thermoplastic-matrix composites.

The Chimera utilizes cooling sheath, blurred edges, and flickering skins to minimize the IR Signature of the aircraft. The Chimera is also equipped with active camaflouge systems.

Electronics:

L01 Helmet Mounted Display System:

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The Chimera's Helmet Mounted Display System (HMDS) is a 30° x 50° wide-field-of-view binocular display system providing the pilot with weapons / sensor video overlayed with symbology. The HMD provides integrated day / night capability with sensor fusion. Due to its extremely high accuracy and undetectable latency, the helmet system serves as the 'virtual HUD' in the MF-2, which is the first modern tactical aircraft designed without a conventional Head-Up Display (HUD). The HMDS provides a custom helmet shell, liner and suspension system for maximum pilot comfort, optimal C.G. and low weight.

The HMDS uses a combination of electro-optics and head position and orientation tracking software algorithms to present critical flight, mission, threat and safety symbology on the pilot's visor. The system allows the pilot to direct aircraft weapons and sensors to an area of interest or issues visual cues to direct the pilot's attention

Features of the L01 include visor-projected, binocular, wide field-of-view, high-resolution, near real-time imagery and symbology; equivalent accuracy to head-up display systems; 24-hour usability; and fit, comfort and safety during ejection. Proper weight and balance are crucial in minimizing pilot fatigue resulting from high-g maneuvers and reducing head and neck loads in ejections. The helmet weighs 4.2 pounds (1.9 kg).

The HMDS employs a flat panel, active matrix LCD, coupled with a high-intensity back light, as its image source. The partially overlapped display provides a binocular image 50 degrees wide by 30 degrees high.

The digital image source provides both symbol writing and video capability. The system includes a clear, optically coated visor for night operations and a shaded visor for daylight operations. Imagery is provided via the distributed aperture system (DAS) or a helmet-mounted day/night camera. Chimera pilots can select imagery and symbology via HOTAS commands.

Tracking Systems:

AWG-20 X-band pulse-Doppler radar, providing long-range detection and tracking of targets at all altitudes, as well as extensive surface search, attack, navigation, and mapping modes, up to five hundred fifty kilometers. The RADAR can track over two-hundred independant signatures, giving the pilot unprecedented capabilities. It can also track eighty different targets and simultaeneously fire at eight. Because of the advanced computer aglorithms, the NO-23M has the capabilities to distinguish friend and foe. Enemies are outlined in red while allies are outlined in green.

Optical tracking:

Thomson LT-3 multi-frequency laser ranger/designator

Zeiss FOI-8 infra-red imaging sensor and low-light level camera system in retractable optic ball-turret in front of the $@pit canopy.

Tactical Electronic Warfare System (TEWS):

Elettronica Radar Warning Receiver (RWR)

OlDelft Infra-red Warning Receiver (IRWR)

Westinghouse ALQ-200 active radar jammer

Chaff dispenser

Flares

Active missile jammers.

Armament:

2 x General Electric GE-316 triple barrelled 16mm hypervelocity flechette cannon in the wing roots. These cannons fired 16mm hypervelocity tungsten AP flechettes at a firing rate of 4000 rounds/minute per cannon. Ammunition supply was 500 rounds per cannon.

These cannons were failures and replaced on all Dragons in 1999 by:

2 x Oerlikon KCN 25mm autocannon, firing APHE (Armor Piercing High Explosive) or HEI-T (High Explosive Incendiary - Tracer) rounds at a maximum rate of fire of 2000 rounds/minute. The ammunition supply is 275 rounds/gun.

12 conformal hardpoints for ordnance, 5 under each wing and 2 on the centerline. Typical air-superiority load is 8 medium range (65 km) Mach 3.0 combined active radar and thermal imager guided AMM-1 Stiletto missiles, four under each wing, and a large conformal fuel tanks occupying the two centerline hardpoints.

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Type: Air Superiority Fighter

LENGTH: 19.3 m

WINGSPAN: 14.0 m

HEIGHT: 5.6 m

WEIGHT (DRY): 18,800 kg

Engines 2 x MTL Saturn Turbo Fan engines with thrust-vectoring nozzles providing STOL capabilities, 160 kN static thrust with 250 kN of afterburner.

MAXIMUM SPEED: 1600 kph (Mach 1.3) at sea level and 3190 Mach 3.0

Cruise Speed: 1805 kph (Mach 1.7)

Stall Speed: 120 kph

CEILING: 20,000 meters (65 kft)

MIN TAKE-OFF DISTANCE AT SEA LEVEL: 300 meters

MIN LANDING DISTANCE AT SEA LEVEL: 300 meters

DESIGNED G LIMITS: +12.0/-4.5 (Computer overrides at 10.5g)

MAX COMBAT RADIUS: 2500 km

MAX RANGE RANGE (without external stores): 6000 km

Fuel Compacity 2,300 US gal (8,806 liters)

AirFrame:

The fighter makes extensive use of carbon composites to reduce weight and reduce the passive radar cross section of the aircraft. However titanium, or titanium alloys, still makes up a large percentage of the structural material (38%) and makes up large portions of the fuselage, keel, and aft booms that hold the horizontal and vertical stabilizers. Each wing is made of carbon fiber/Bismaleimide (BMI) which is stronger than traditional thermoplastic-matrix composites.

Weapons Systems.

2 x One GSh-30-1 30mm: Two GSh-30-1 30-mm cannons are mounted in blisters on either side of the main fuselage. The cannons are mounted on a geared rotor that is driven by a 20-hp electric motor which turns the barrels while each one fires individually. The cannon is capable of firing up to 7,200 rounds per minute with a muzzle velocity of 1,030 meters per second. Each cannon is fed from an internal 800 round storage drum which feeds the cannon with a double-ended hydraulically driven linkless feed system.

13 Hardpoints: The Firebird is equipped 13 Wing Hardpoints. This allows the fighter carry virtually any missile in the Malatosian Inventory.

Internal Hardpoints: Internal Hardpoints can carry over 2,000lb of Internal Stores

Avionics

ACTIVE SENSOR JAMMER: Internal ECM providing broadband RF protection.

NO-20M: Bi-Statis Phased Array Radar, Mounted on Nose and Wing giving Fighter 360 degree Scanning Capabilities. Range: 500km.

Bi-Statis Phased Array Radar, Mounted on Nose and Wing giving Fighter 360 degree Scanning Capabilities. Range: 500km

AUTO-PILOT: The Vektor is equipped with a new Auto-Pilot system specifically developed for the said Aircraft. Before each mission, The Pilot types in the coordinates of the location and sits back and lets the Vektor handle the rest. The Vektor relys on GPS and various other systems to calculate the exact location of the mission.

OPTICS (NIGHTVISION): 150km range. A passive light image intensifier that emits no light of its own, but relies on ambient light which is electronically amplified to produce a visible picture.

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Type: Two man medium jet bomber.

Total Length: 18.3 m

Total Height: 6.4 m

Total Wingspan: 16.2 m

Total Dry Weight: 10.5 metric tons

IV. Propulsion:

2 x General Electric F-400-900 chemical turbofans, total afterburning thrust 88.3 kN.

V. Performance:

Maximum speed : 1100 kph (Mach 1) @ all altitudes.

Stall speed : 170 kph.

Range (typical) : 3700 km.

Maximum altitude : 16,765 meter.

Design-g limits : 6 g.

Radar System:

AWG-20 X-band pulse-Doppler radar, providing long-range detection and tracking of targets at all altitudes, as well as extensive surface search, attack, navigation, and mapping modes.

Optical tracking:

Thomson LT-3 multi-frequency laser ranger/designator

Zeiss FOI-8 infra-red imaging sensor and low-light level camera system in retractable optic ball-turret under the nose.

Tactical Electronic Warfare System (TEWS):

Elettronica Radar Warning Receiver (RWR)

OlDelft Infra-red Warning Receiver (IRWR)

Westinghouse ALQ-200 active radar jammer

Chaff dispenser

Flares

Active missile jammers.

VII. Armament:

6 AGM-65R Maverick missiles on triple MERs, and six AGM-84 Harpoon missiles,

or 8 MERs for a total of 40 mk81 113kg GP bombs,

or 8 triple/pentuple MERs for mk82 226kg GP bombs, mk83 454kg GP bombs, CBU-87/B cluster bombs or any other compatible bomb load

Total maximum underwing payload is 9 tons.

Bomb bay for three 454kg mk83 bombs, sensor pallet, GAU-12/U 25mm cannon with ammunition or (most commonly) an extra fuel tank.

Armor:

The skin of the Avenger is composed of an advanced titanium-steel alloy. The skin provides excellent protection against small grenade and shell fragments, good protection against small arms fire, and poor resistance to heavier infantry weapons, such as the 12.7mm machinegun round, as well as from fragments and near misses from higher caliber weapons. The armored 'bathtub' in the pilots' compartment stops all small arms fire, provides good protection against heavier infantry weapons, such as a 12.7mm machinegun round, and fair resistance to light mecha-mounted weaponry, such as 22.3mm HE autocannon round. The Avenger provides full protection from nuclear, biological, and chemical hazards, using an overpressure $@pit environment activated by radiation and hazardous chemical sensors, or manually when biological warfare conditions are anticipated. The internal consumables supplies can provide atmosphere for twelve hours maximum.

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Stats:

Vehicle Type: Xenian

Class: Airborne Warning and Control Vehicle

Manufacturer: Santhe Aerospace under contract to the Imperial Airforce

Crew: Typically 17 (four flight crew and 13 mission crew) however additional crew may be added as necessary. Breakdown is as follows:

Two pilots

1 navigator

1 flight engineer

1 tactical director

3 fighter directors

5 surveillance operators

2 communication operators

1 radar technician

1 computer display technician

Statistical Date

LENGTH:

48.5 m

WINGSPAN:

35.00 m

HEIGHT:

9.4 m at tail

WEIGHT:

55,000 kg empty.

CARGO:

In addition to the sensor equipment, the EC-33 can hold up to 500 cu ft and 20,000 kg.

POWER PLANT:

4 x Santhe L-1 400 kW generators

ENGINE THRUST

4 x Santhe BR715-C1-50 turbofan engines mounted in pairs on either side of the tail. Each engine provides 28,000-lbf (124.5 kN) of thrust.

FUEL CAPACITY:

24,350 US gal (92,175 liters)

SPEEDS:

MAXIMUM SPEED:

913 kph (567 mph)

ON-STATION SPEED:

606 kph (377 mph)

STALL SPEED:

215 kph (134 mph)

CLIMB RATE:

1025 m/min (33363 ft/min)

CEILING:

15,241 m (50000 ft)

ON-STATION ALTITUDE:

10,668 m (35000 ft)

DESIGNED G LIMITS:

+4.0/-2.5 (Computer overrides at 2.5g)

RANGE (on station at a radius of 1,852 nm):

12 hours -- 22 hours with air refueling

STANDARD EQUIPMENT FOR THE Xenian:

ACTIVE SENSOR JAMMER WESTINGHOUSE ALQ-250(V): internal ECM providing broadband protection. Estimated system effective radiative power 60 dBW.

AUTO-PILOT: The Xenian is equipped with a computerized auto-pilot, allowing the pilot to relax or even sleep during long voyages. The auto- pilot can be programmed with a single destination or a complex flight plan involving multiple speeds, directions, and destinations.

CHAFF AND FLARE DISPENSERS AN/ALE-55: 120 chaff and 120 flares are stored in rear of the Xenian

COMBAT COMPUTER IBM-210: The combat computer tracks and identifies specific enemy targets, and has a database of over 10,000 images stored in memory. The computer can identify and track up to 250 targets simultaneously

COMMUNICATION JAMMER: Designed to detect, analyze, monitor, and/or jam voice and data link signals

INFRA-RED WARNING RECEIVER OLDELFT (IRWR): Providing rear aspect protection from IR guided missiles

HOMING SIGNAL: In case of a crash of the vehicle, the Xenian is equipped with a homing device that enables rescue teams to locate a disabled craft or ejected life pod.

LASER TARGETING SYSTEM: Range: 100 miles (160 km). Used for increased accuracy in the striking of enemy targets which is then passed to friendly units.

objects by their IR reflectiveness. The beam will be visible to anyone with IR sensitive optics, however.

OPTICS (NIGHTVISION): 50 km range. A passive light image intensifier that emits no light of its own, but relies on ambient light which is electronically amplified to produce a visible picture.

OPTICS (THERMAL IMAGER): 50 km range. A passive optical heat sensor that detects infrared radiation projected by warm objects and converts that data into a false-color visible image.

RADAR-SURVEILLANCE WESTINGHOUSE AN/APY-4 (Block-20): Multi-mode S-band pulse Doppler radar. The radar can operate in both low-PRF pulsed modes to detect long-range targets beyond the horizon or high-PRF modes to detect all-altitude targets out to the radar line of sight. Mounted on top of the aircraft which rotates at 6 rpm when in use, the AN/APY-4 is a liquid-cooled phased array radar with an estimated effective radiative power 115 dBW. Nominal detection of 0 dBsm targets out to 800 km. The system has the capability to operate as a radar jammer providing broadband protection using the full radiative power of the system.

RADAR-SYNTHETIC APERTURE AM/AP-110 RADAR: Detection range against 0 dBsm (small vehicle) out to 220 km. System consists of two electronically-scanned conformal antenna on the top of the main body in front of the AN/APY-3/4 AP-110 has 30 separate modes including the capability of operating as a moving target indicator (MTI) or as a synthetic aperture radar which allows the system to paint a picture of ground based targets to aid in targeting and thus enhancing weapon accuracy.

RADAR-TARGET WESTINGHOUSE AN/APG-95: X-band pulse Doppler radar used for target ID and target quality tracks which could be passed to friendly units. Detection range against 0 dBsm target 200 km. System consists of a single electronically-scanned antenna mounted in the nose.

RADAR WARNING RECEIVER AN/ALR-80 (RWR): Providing all aspect broadband protection from RF guided missiles.

RADIO/VIDEO COMMUNICATION: Long range, directional communications system with satellite relay capabilities. Range: 600 miles (960 km) or can be boosted indefinitely via satellite relay.

TACTICAL LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEM: The EC-33B fuselage is pressurized and provides full nuclear and chemical protection.

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Model Type: NGR Panzerhaubitze 2100

Vehicle Type: Self Propelled Howitzer

Crew: Five (Driver, Gunner, two loaders and Commander).

Speed:

Ground: Cruising speed on land is 37.3 mph (60 kph) on roads and 31 mph (50 kph) off road maximum. The vehicle is designed to traverse virtually all terrain and can climb at up to a 60% grade although at a much slower speed (About 10% of maximum road speed). It can also climb barriers and ford trenches. The vehicle can also handle side slopes of up to 30%.

Maximum Range: 621 miles (1000 km)

Statistical Data:

Height: 9.8 feet (3 meters)

Width: 11.8 feet (3.58 meters)

Length: Main Body: 26 feet (7.91 meters) and With Gun Forward: 38 feet (11.67 meters).

Weight: 55.5 tons (50 metric tons) empty and 61 tons (55 metric tons) combat loaded

155/52 caliber Howitzer: Very powerful and long range weapon that is capable of 360 degree rotation. The PzH 2100 must plant before firing its howitzer (takes 1 minute to set up). It fires standard artillery shells and is normally fired indirectly on the target but can be fired as direct fire if necessary. The cannon is loaded by a automatic shell loading device, which is fed from a onboard magazine. The magazine is fully automated and keeps stock of the amount and type of rounds still available.

Firefly Chaff Launcher (2): Located on the sides of the turret they are designed to confuse incoming missiles. The launchers do this by launching both flares and active radar decoys.

Sensors:

Datalink transmitters: A powerful battlefield management communications system. Allows the tank to use targeting data from scout vehicles for firing the Anti-Tank missiles or Sabot rounds, and to provide targeting data to other vehicles. Bonus varies on the quality of the data being provided, but all data would allow the tank to fire over obstacles if the scout vehicle is in the right position. The normal effective battlefield range is 20 miles (32 km).

Signaal Sabre ESM/ECM system: Combines ESM and ECM into one powerful system. The system can detect another radar system at 125% of the range of the transmitting radar.

Thermo-Imager: range of 2 miles (3.2 km). Finds the infra-red radiations of things that are warm. Also enables pilot to see in smoke, shadows and darkness.

Two Periscopes: Have up to x100 magnification for commander and driver to view out of while maneuvering the vehicle.

Nightvision Optics: Range: 2,000 ft (609 m). Uses light amplification to make a picture. Emits no light but will not work in absolute darkness. System can be dazzled (but not burned out, compensates within a single round) by sudden bright lights but does not physically blind the user.

Laser Targeting/Rangefinder System 41,333 feet (12,400 meters).

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Model Type: M270A4

Vehicle Type: Missile Launching Platform

Crew: Three (Driver, Gunner, and Commander).

Speed:

Ground: Cruising speed on land is 70 mph (112.6 kph) on roads and 60 mph ( 96.6 kph) off road maximum. The vehicle is designed to traverse virtually all terrain and can climb at up to a 60% grade although at a much slower speed (About 10% of maximum road speed). It can also climb barriers and ford trenches. The vehicle can also handle side slopes of up to 30%.

Chassis: MAZ-543M

Combat Weight: 43.7 t

Length: 12 m

Height: 3.05 m

Width: 3.05 m

Crew: 3 men

Emplacement Time: 3 min

Displacement Time: 2 min

Launcher: 9A52-2, 300-mm, 12 tubes

Launch Rate

Salvo Time: 12 rounds in 38 seconds

Reload Time: 20 min

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Model Type: Zeven Provinciën LCF

Vehicle Type: Ocean, Guided Missile Frigate

Crew: 110; 10 officers, 15 Chief Petty officers, and 85 enlisted (Has a high degree of automation)

Troops: 8 Helicopter Pilots or VTOL Pilots.

Speed:

Surface: 52 mph (45 knots/ 83 kph)

Statistical Data:

Length: 442 feet (134.7 meters)

Draft: 18.5 feet (5.6 meters)

Width: 54 feet (16.5 meters)

Displacement: 3,250 tons standard and 3,825 tons fully loaded

Cargo: 200 tons of nonessential equipment and supplies. Each enlisted crew member has a small locker for personal items and uniforms. Ships officers have more space for personal items. Most of the ship's spaces are taken up by extra ammo, armor, troops, weapons, and engines.

Weapon Systems:

Configuration:

One (1) Single Barrel 155 mm Naval Guns: One turret is mounted in the front of the vessel forward of the missile launchers. Based on the gun carried by the American DD-21 class destroyer and shared similarities to US Army artillery weapons. The weapon is more powerful than the previous 127 mm cannon carried on many destroyers and cruisers. The weapon mount is heavily automated and is capable against other ships, against ground targets, and against aircraft. The weapon can use special artillery rounds, rocket assisted rounds, and can even fire Extended Range Guided Munitions. The turret can rotate 360 and has a 90 arc of fire.

MK 59 Vertical Launch Missile Launcher (1): Launching cells are located forward behind the 155 mm cannon mount. The system is similar to the vertical launch system employed on many ships in the late twentieth century to launch the SM-2 series missile but since the missiles are smaller they have a reload system that reloads from under the launcher and can reload within 15 seconds. The launcher have a total of 48 individual cells and is eight missile cells longs by six cells wide. The launcher can fire up to half its total payload per melee. The launcher can use a vast variety of missiles including surface skimming missiles and rocket propelled torpedoes. Each cell can carry one long range missile or two medium range missile. The reload for the cell must carry the same load as the main cell. Long range missiles are normally used against large targets and aircraft further out where the medium range missiles will normally be used to engage closer targets.

Mk-44 Sea Sabre Combination Anti-Missile Defense System: Mounted on the aft of the ship, this anti-missile defense system combines both a rapid fire metalstorm gun and a short range missile launcher. While mounted in one system, both defense systems have separate tracking systems. The short range missile launchers can target up four targets and can fire a volley up to twice per melee. The rail gun is capable of destroying any missile or inflicting serious damage on aircraft

Two (2) Medium Torpedo Launchers: Mainly design for anti-submarine warfare but can be used against surface targets. There is one launcher on each side of the ship with four tubes each. The tubes have an automatic reloading system and can be fired quickly. The ships carries a total of 64 torpedoes for reloads. For the most part torpedo warheads are equal to medium range missile warheads.

SLQ-25A Nixie Towed torpedo decoy (1): A special decoy which is towed behind the ship. It generates a sound like the ship's propellers in order to confuse incoming torpedoes. Only effective at speeds below 18 knots. Otherwise, the noise of the ship's systems and propellers is too powerful to mask

Sensors:

OPY-4J Phased Array Radar System: Powerful and flexible radar system that is comprised of a single array on top of the main mast. A powerful computer controls it. If allowed by the horizon, the system can track out to 175 nautical miles (201.4 miles / 324.1 km) and can simultaneously track and identify up to 480 targets at one time. The system controls missiles launched from the VLS launchers and the system tracks and guides each individual missile to a individual target for up to 120 targets. If a target is eliminated, missiles are automatically guided to a new target. The system can also control missiles launched from other linked vessels as well and can also act as fire control for gun mounts.

JRC OPS-34 Dual Air and Surface Search Radar (Mounted on IJNS Noshiro and Kumano): Mounted on the American Richard E. Byrd class frigates, this system very capable. Unlike systems carried by most larger naval vessels, the radar system is comprised of a single array on top of the main mast. This system is smaller, lighter, and requires less power than a system of fixed panels. If allowed by the horizon, the system can track out to 400 miles (644 km) and can simultaneously track and identify up to 576 targets at one time. The system controls missile launched from the long range missile launchers and the system can track and guide each individual missile to an individual target for up to 144 targets. If a target is eliminated, missiles are automatically guided to a new target. The system can also control missiles launched from other linked vessels as well and can also act as fire control for gun mounts.

OQS-15 Hull Sonar: Mounted under the bow of the ship. Sonar system has a range of around 24 nautical miles (27.6 miles / 44.6 km). This hull sonar system has both a passive and active system built in. Sonar system can track up to 32 targets at one time.

SQR-24 Towed Array Sonar System: The system is basically a long and very sensitive sonar system carried behind the ship on a long cable. Range of 103.6 miles (90 nautical miles / 166.8 km). This towed array sonar system has both a passive and active system built in. Sonar system can track up to 32 targets at one time.

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Model Type: Valkyrie class Destroyer

Vehicle Type: Ocean, Guided Missile and Air Capable Destroyer.

Crew: 185; 15 officers, 22 Chief Petty officers, and 148 enlisted (Has a high degree of automation)

Speed:

Surface: 46 mph (40 knots/ 74.1 kph)

Length: 641 feet (195.4 meters)

Draft: 28.5 feet (8.9 meters) including sonar dome.

Width: 70 feet (21.3 meters)

Displacement: 10,150 tons standard and 12,400 tons fully loaded

Cargo: 1,200 tons of nonessential equipment and supplies. Each enlisted crew member has a small locker for personal items and uniforms. Ships officers have more space for personal items. Most of the ship's spaces are taken up by extra ammo, armor, troops, weapons, and engines.

WEAPON SYSTEMS:

One (1) Single Barrel 155 mm Electro-Thermal Naval Guns: Main weapon mounted in turret in front of ship and replaced previous conventional 155 mm artillery on the first few of the class. Similar to the cannon carried on the USA-M-10 Galahad self propelled howitzer. The projectile is loaded into the barrel, behind which there is a "propellant," which is a dot of light metal. A powerful electromagnetic force is applied to the metal, which causes its atoms to "switch" directions. This happens so violently that the metal turns to plasma, and this expanding gas then drives the projectile forward. The reload system is fully automated and the rate of fire can be maintained as long as the system retains ammunition. While the projectiles has a lot greater range than standard 155 projectiles, they carry the same size warheads and inflicts about the same damage.

Four (4) Mk 44 "Sea Sabre" Combination Anti-Missile Defense Systems: One system is on the front of the superstructure, one system on the rear of the superstructure, and one is on either side of the superstructure. This anti-missile defense system combines both a rapid fire metalstorm gun and a short range missile launcher. While mounted in one system, both defense systems have separate tracking systems. The short range missile launchers can target up four targets and can fire a volley up to twice per melee.

MK 59 Vertical Launch Missile Launcher (1): Launching cells are located forward behind the 100 mm rail gun mount on a raised deck. The system is similar to the vertical launch system employed on many ships in the late twentieth century to launch the SM-2 series missile but since the missiles are smaller they have a reload system that reloads from under the launcher and can reload within 15 seconds. The launcher have a total of 96 individual cells and is eight missile cells longs by twelve cells wide. The launcher can fire up to half its total payload per melee. The launcher can use a vast variety of missiles including surface skimming missiles and rocket propelled torpedoes

Two (2) Medium Torpedo Launchers: Mainly design for anti-submarine warfare but can be used against surface targets. There is one launcher on each side of the ship with four tubes each. The tubes have an automatic reloading system and can be fired quickly. The ships carries a total of 80 torpedoes for reloads. Treat warheads as medium range missile warheads.

Advanced Towed Decoys (4): The vessel carries four advanced towed decoy drones. They are each a small automated vehicle that creates a false sonar image designed to mimic the vessels.

Sensors

SPY-5D Three Dimensional Search Radar System An incredibly advanced radar and computer system first developed before the end of the twentieth century and upgraded continuously until the coming of the Rifts. Powerful and flexible radar system that is comprised of four panels that each emit radar waves. If allowed by the horizon, the system can track out to 800 miles (1280 km) and can simultaneously track and identify up to 1152 targets at one time. The system controls missile launched from the long range missile launchers and the system track and guide each individual missile to an individual target for up to 288 targets. If a target is eliminated, missiles are automatically guided to a new target.

Advanced Hull Sonar: Mounted under the bow of the ship. Range of 25 miles (21.7 nm / 40.2 km). This hull sonar system has both a passive and active system built in. Sonar system can track up to 32 targets at one time

Advanced Towed Array Sonar System: The system is basically a long and very sensitive sonar system carried behind the ship on a long cable.

Range of 100 miles (86.9 nm / 160.9 km).

Radar Defeating Profile & Radar Absorbing Materials: The ship superstructure is designed so that the radar profile of the ship is reduced and the ship is covered with radar absorbing materials.

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Model Type: U-217 Class

Class: Fast Attack Submarine

Crew: 120 total; 10 officers, 10 chief petty officer, 100 enlisted.

Troops: 24 Special Operations Troops

Speed:

Surface: 28.8 mph (25 knots/ 46.3 kph)

Underwater: 41.5 mph (36 knots /66.7 mph)

Maximum Depth: 5,000 feet (1,524 meters)

Statistical Data:

Height: 52.7 feet (16.1 meters) not including periscopes and antenna

Width: 36 feet (11.0 meters)

Length: 390 feet (118.9 meters)

Displacement: 6,900 tons standard and 8,100 tons submerged

Cargo: Submarine is very cramped, 12 tons of nonessential equipment and supplies. Each enlisted crew member has a small locker for personal items and uniforms. Ships officers have more space for personal items. Most of the ship's spaces are taken up by extra torpedoes, weapons, and engines.

Four (4) Heavy Torpedo Tubes: On the sides of the submarine are four torpedo tubes. Tubes are 21 inches (533 mm) wide and torpedoes can be used against both surface ships and submarines. For warheads, heavy torpedoes should be treated as having long range missile warheads. Along with standard torpedoes, the launcher can also fire missiles (long or cruise) in special canisters and rocket boosted ASW torpedoes. Submarine carries 44 reloads for torpedoes (in addition to four torpedoes in the tubes) and can carry up to 96 mines in place of torpedoes.

Twenty-Four (24) Vertical Launch Cruise Missile Launchers (MK 45 VLS): In the front of the submarine but behind the sonar dome, the submarine has a Vertical Launch Missile System for launching missiles. Missiles are launched in special canisters that enable the missiles to be used in depths down to 300 feet

Advanced Decoys (8): The submarine carries eight advance decoys drones. They are a small automated vehicles that creates a false sonar image designed to mimic the submarines sonar signature. It has a small propulsion system that can simulate movement (has a top speed of 10 knots) and maneuvers. If decoys are not destroyed, they can be recovered and repaired.

Noisemakers: The submarine carries noisemakers to decoy torpedoes. These noisemakers are similar to those used by Coalition submarines. The noisemakers are launched from the middle of the submarine.

Sensors

Advanced Hull Sonar System: Range of 60 miles (52.1 nautical miles / 96.6 km). This hull sonar system has both a passive and active system built in. Sonar system can track up to 24 targets at one time. Sonar also has built in communication system and sound pulse system to detect obstacles, objects, vessels and fish (schools and large animals), as well as measure distances and depth.

Advanced Towed Array Sonar: The system is basically a long and very sensitive sonar system carried behind the submarine on a long cable. Range of 200 miles (173.7 nautical miles / 321.9 km).

ESM: This system is mounted in mounted in the superstructure and is extended in a similar manner to a periscope. The antenna is very hard to detect both visually and by radar. Can detect another radar system at 125% of the range of the transmitting radar.

Quieted propulsion and Anechoic Coating: The ship is designed with a very quiet pump jet propulsor design, the submarine's reactors make very little noise, and the boat is coated by a sonar defeating rubber coating.

Killer Dart "Interceptor" Short Range Torpedo Launcher (1): The launcher is mounted under the bow of the submarine. These so called "Killer Darts" are a interceptor torpedo, designed primarily for intercepting and hitting incoming torpedoes.

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Model Type: VMS-82 Leipzig

Vehicle Type: Ocean, Multi Purpose Aircraft Carrier

Ships Crew: 1420 (125 officers, 135 chief petty officers, 1160 enlisted [Has a high degree of automation]) Air Wing: 1060 (250 Pilots, 50 flight deck officers, 760 enlisted)

Troops: 520

Fighter/Aircraft Compliment: 6 EV-84A General Cargo / Search and Rescue

6 EVS-84A Anti-Submarine Warfare

6 EVE-84A Electronics Warfare

60 Chimera Multi-Role Carrier Based Fighters

12 Utility Tilt Rotors

Speed:

Surface: 41.5 mph (36 knots/ 66.7 kph)

Statistical Data:

Length: 1110 feet (338.3 meters) overall

Draft: 40 feet (12.2 meters)

Width: 240 feet (73.2 meters)

Displacement: 76,500 tons standard and 108,600 tons fully loaded

Cargo: 10,000 tons (6,000 on Coalition vessels) of nonessential equipment and supplies. Each enlisted crew member has a small locker for personal items and uniforms. Ships officers have more space for personal items. Most of the ship's spaces are taken up by extra ammo, armor, troops, weapons, and engines.

WEAPON SYSTEMS:

Point Defense Mounts (4): These weapons are out on the sides of the hull below the carrier's flight deck. Two are forward on either side of the flight deck and the other two mounts are mounted toward the rear on either side of the rear of the carrier.

Four (4) Mk 44 "Sea Sabre" Combination Anti-Missile Defense Systems: These anti-missile defense systems combine both a rapid fire metalstorm gun and a short range missile launcher. While mounted in one system, both defense systems have separate tracking systems. The short range missile launchers can target up four targets and can fire a volley up too twice per melee.

Mk 55 Vertical Medium Range Missile Launchers (2): Unlike most vertical launch systems, these launchers fire the missiles on a 6 degree angle to the side. This is to prevent a missile that fails on its launch from crashing into aircraft on the flight deck. The missiles are arranged in an 2 by 4 pattern, and each launch cell has six reloads. One launcher is mounted on the front port side of the hull and the other is mounted on the rear starboard side of the hull of the carrier. Each system can launch up to 8 missiles simultaneously each and the launcher is automatically reloaded. These launchers act as the ships middle point defense and are normally used to engage incoming air targets and missiles. Outer point defense is performed by the air compliment or escorting vessels.

Advanced Towed Decoys: The vessel carries four advanced towed decoy drones. They are each a small automated vehicle that creates a false sonar image designed to mimic the vessels. The decoy is dragged behind the carrier using a cable. If decoys are not destroyed, they can be recovered and repaired.

Sensors

SPY-4C Three Dimensional Search Radar System Phased array radar system designed for the Ranger class carrier. It is a powerful and flexible radar system that is comprised of four panels that each emit radar waves. If allowed by the horizon, the system can track out to 600 miles (966 km) and can simultaneously track and identify up to 768 targets at one time. The system controls missile launched from the long range missile launchers and the system track and guide each individual missile to an individual target for up to 192 targets. If a target is eliminated, missiles are automatically guided to a new target.

Advanced Hull Sonar (US Navy): Mounted under the bow of the ship. Range of 25 miles (21.7 nm / 40.2 km). This hull sonar system has both a passive and active system built in.

Command and Control Facilities: The carrier carries extra communications equipment and command facilities, to enable the ship to operate as the flagship for a flotilla

Radar Defeating Profile & Radar Absorbing Materials: The ship superstructure is designed so that the radar profile of the ship is reduced and the ship is covered with radar absorbing materials.

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Stahl-10 Semi-Automatic Rifle

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Weight: 4.25 kilograms

Length: 112.0 centimetres

Barrel length: 560 millimetres

Cartridge: 7.94x56mm ARAM-M

Action: Gas-operated, tilting block

Rate of Fire: Semiautomatic

Muzzle Velocity: 825 Metres per Second

Effective Range: 600 metres (Point target)

Feed System: 20- or 30-round, double-stack detachable box magazine

Sights: Adjustable V-notch rear sight with flip-up, long-range aperture rear sight, hooded post front sight

StA11 SMG

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Weight 1.9 kg (4.19 lb)

Length 590 mm (23.2 in) stock extended / 380 mm (15.0 in) stock collapsed

Barrel length 180 mm (7.1 in)

Width 42 mm (1.7 in)

Height 172 mm (6.8 in)

Cartridge 4.6x30mm

Action Gas-operated, rotating bolt

Rate of fire 950 + 200 rounds/min

Muzzle velocity Approx. 710 m/s (2,329 ft/s)

Effective range 200 m

Feed system 20 or 40-round box magazine

StA-VC32 Sniper Rifle

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Weight: 12.4 kilograms (Loaded)

Length:

140 centimetres (stock retracted)

122 centimetres (stock collapsed)

Barrel length: 76.2 centimetres (30 inches)

Cartridge: 10.4x78mm Scythe

Calibre: 10.4 millimetres

Action: Mauser-design turn-bolt

Effective range: 2,000+ metres; 2,300 metres maximum

Feed system: 6-round detachable box magazine

Sights: M128 5.5-22x Power Magnification Telescopic Sight (Primary); Prometheus Sight Enhancement Module (Night Optic)

StA12 Assault Rifle

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Weight: 3.9 kilograms

Length:

Buttstock extended: 103.8 centimetres

Buttstock retracted: 94.0 centimetres

Barrel length: 510mm (20-inches)

Cartridge: 7.94x56mm ARAM-M

Action: Gas-operated, short-stroke piston, rotating bolt

Rate of Fire: 800 Rounds per Minute

Muzzle Velocity: 825m/s

Effective Range: 600m (Point target)

Feed System: 20-round, double-stack, detachable box magazine

Sights: Rear rotary diopter, front hooded post; M22 Floating Dot Sight (Reflex-type), M36 1.5x–5.5x Power Combat Optic Sight and M64 Holographic Combat Sight

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OOC: Just some points.

Unlimited due to fusion engines (needs to refuel every 20 years and requires maintenance as well). Ship carries six months of supplies on board.

Fusion on a boat? Not happening. Fission reactors sure, but not fusion.

About half of all long range missiles carried are fusion warheads

So, you are carrying around three stage boosted thermonuclear weapons?

this anti-missile defense system combines both a rapid fire rail gun and a short range missile launcher.

You could use a railgun, but if it fires more than about a couple of hundred rounds, it will self destruct. They are not meant for rapid fire. And with the lack of precision that weapons have, you will need a rate of fire near that of a chaingun, so I would say a railgun in that sense is not very good at all.

Radar Defeating Profile & Radar Absorbing Materials: The ship superstructure is designed so that the radar profile of the ship is reduced and the ship is covered with radar absorbing materials.

Thats not a stealth profile at all. Thats a very good return profile.

Advanced Hull Sonar System: Range of 60 miles (52.1 nautical miles / 96.6 km).

Today a long range sonar works out to about 20-30km, not 100. I suppose some leeway is needed, but there is not going to be a tripling of passive sonar range.

and has a +10% to read sensor and weapon system skill rolls

Wut? Edit things better when you copy and paste them from places like here. There are a bunch of other bits that don't quite sit in.

Yeah, nice ships and all, but some points to note.

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OOC: A question Le Vent do you think we will have Fusion power and more importantly Fusion warhead weapons by 2014-2015 as that is the tech year Malatose is in so will be have Fusion weapons by then?

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OOC: A question Le Vent do you think we will have Fusion power and more importantly Fusion warhead weapons by 2014-2015 as that is the tech year Malatose is in so will be have Fusion weapons by then?

OOC: Fusion power con be recognized for stationary land based reactors when the IG nation possess a Nuclear Power Plant. The fusion weapons are around already

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OOC: Fusion power con be recognized for stationary land based reactors when the IG nation possess a Nuclear Power Plant. The fusion weapons are around already

OOC: Oh wow.... does this mean that half of those missiles on said ships have the rough power of a nuclear warhead or is the yield much lower?

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OOC: Well about 30x as much damage as the hiroshima bomb.

OOC: I see... isn't that over powered maybe for a missile system located on a destroyer (think thats right) as if it launched mutliple missiles one ship could wipe an entire nation from the face of Planet Bob?

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OOC: I see... isn't that over powered maybe for a missile system located on a destroyer (think thats right) as if it launched mutliple missiles one ship could wipe an entire nation from the face of Planet Bob?

OOC: Yeah, that why I called it.

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