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Post  Homu on Thu Dec 22, 2011 9:41 am

Aerial Vehicles:


SF-7 CS "Blacktalon"

The Talon is a stealth fighter recently put into manufacture by the Alkor Empire.
The aircraft's Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) capabilities makes it ideal for horizontal launching from the roof hangar of a fortified super-city
or underground bunker.
Since it doesn't need an airstrip to land and take-off, the Talon can land in small clearings, aboard the decks of suitably large ships, and even on
the flat rooftops of sturdy buildings.
Note: There may be a risk of the roof caving in unless the building is a large mega-structure or built to accommodate helicopters or giant robots.
The aircraft can take off and land on any flat surface more than 40 feet (12.2 m) in diameter, but cannot hover and fly at low speeds; it is a jet.
Thus, it can only hover when the VTOL system has been engaged, and then only for the purpose of landing or taking off.
The Talon's low profile, shape and stealth systems enables it to slip through enemy radar even at medium to high altitudes.
Its cargo of missiles can unleash a deadly barrage against the unsuspecting enemy.
The Talon has a reinforced pilot's compartment and ejection system to protect the pilot and crew or passengers (maximum two human-sized people).
The entire compartment can be jettisoned and safely parachute to the ground or water below — the compartment has a flotation device.
A distress signal automatically activates four minutes after the pilot has been ejected.
The signal device can transmit non-stop for one week — longer if shut off and on at intervals rather than constant transmission.
The radio is also likely to remain intact and can also transmit for about a week before the battery goes dead (50 mile/80 km range; directional transmitter and receiver).
A small first-aid kit, one gallon of drinking water, a survival knife, and a signal flare gun with four flares is stowed under the pilot's seat.

SF-7 CS Blacktalon Stealth VTOL fighter
Model Type: SF-7 Stealth Combat Aircraft
Class: Stealth Fighter
Crew: One, with seats for two additional crew members; typically a bombardier and communications officer.

Speed
Driving on the ground: Only possible for conventional takeoff and landing, as well as parking/storage.
Flying: The jet propulsion system enables the Talon to reach a maximum speed of Mach 1.5 (1005 mph/1608)
The jet has a minimum glidespeed of 60 mph (96 km); if it goes any slower, it may stall completely and crash, unless engaged in VTOL.
Cruising speed tends to be between 250 mph (400 km) and Mach One (675 mph/1080 km).
Attack speed can range from 250 mph (400 km) to Mach 1.5 against ground targets and maximum speed against aerial adversaries.
Ground attacks can involve launching missiles or strafing runs.

Statistical Data
Height: 18 feet (5.48 m) with landing pads out, 14 feet (4.3 m) airborne/with landing gear retracted.
Width: Wingspan is 65 feet (19.8 m)
Length: 30 feet (9 m)
Weight: 16 tons empty, 22 tons fully loaded.
Cargo: None, other than the seating for two behind the pilot, which can be used for storage when not occupied.
Power System: Nuclear; average energy life is 20 years.
Features of Note: Equipped with ejection, parachute and flotation devices (described above), as well as a self-destruct system that can be
activated by the pilot or automatically engages five minutes after emergency ejection or impact, whichever comes first.

Weapon Systems
1. Belly Mounted Long-Range Missile Launcher (1): Recessed in the belly of the Talon is a long-range missile launcher.
Primary Purpose: Strategic strikes against land structures, i.e. enemy bunkers and installations.
Secondary Purpose: Anti-Aircraft and Anti-Armor.
Rate of Fire: One at a time or volleys of two.
Effective Range: Varies with missile type.
Payload: 6 total.

2. Mini-Missile Launchers (2):
Recessed in the belly of the jet are a pair of mini-missile launchers.
Mini-missiles are used because they are much more precise than "dropped" bombs, have good range (one mile/1.6 km), reasonably good damage
capacity (especially when launched in volleys of eight or more) and can be used with precision to strike a specific target as small as a man!
Furthermore, the jet can carry a much larger payload of these small missiles.
Primary Purpose: Strategic Strikes
Secondary Purpose: Anti-Aircraft and Anti-Personnel.
Rate of Fire: Belly mini-missiles are launched against specific military targets in volleys of 4, 8, 12 or 24
Effective Range: About one mile (1.6 km).
Payload: 150 total; 75 per launcher.

3. Top Mini-Missile Launchers (4):
The two circular indications on the main body of the jet, located on either side of the jagged fins, are a pair of mini-missile launchers.
The cover plate slides away and the missiles are ready to fire. These are primarily used against other aircraft and enemy missiles but can also be
used against ground targets when the belly launchers are empty (dangerous because it leaves the jet practically defenseless).
Primary Purpose: Anti-Aircraft and Anti-Missile.
Secondary Purpose: Strategic Strikes
Rate of Fire: One at a time or in volleys of two or five.
Effective Range: About one mile (1.6 km).
Payload: 100 total; 25 per each of the four launchers.

4. Concealed Forward Mounted Lasers (2):
A laser is mounted on each side of the nose. It serves as the last line of defense against enemy planes and missile volleys, although some pilots
use it for strafing runs against ground targets.
Although facing forward, the guns can be positioned up and down 30 degrees.
Primary Purpose: Anti-Aircraft and Anti-Missile.
Secondary Purpose: Anti-Personnel and Defense.
Rate of Fire: Once every 0.5 seconds.
Effective Range: 4000 feet (1220 m)
Payload: Effectively unlimited.

Sensors:Has all the standard robot sensors and systems as well as enhanced Doppler radar (can identify and simultaneously track up to 96
different targets. Range: 200 miles).



Locust

Combat Helicopter
The Locust is a larger, lethal gunship and troop transport. It is introduced as a comparatively inexpensive, multi-function attack aircraft.
It has a large range of weapons, including a long-range laser cannon, a pair of rail guns, and a battery of missiles. It is used for low altitude
reconnaissance, rescue, insertion and extraction of ground and sea troops, combat, infantry support, light cargo hauling, and defense.

Model Type: SCH-12
Class: Helicopter Gunship and Troop Transport.
Crew: Four: Pilot, co-pilot/gunner, communications technician and a secondary gunner.
It can also carry a full squad (10) of human-sized troops or five power armor soldiers.

Speed
Speed:
Ground: Not possible.
Flying: The Locust can hover stationary, VTOL, and travel at a maximum flight speeds of 250 mph (400 km).
Cruising and attack speed vary, but tend to be between 100 and 200 mph (160 to 329 km) and it has excellent VTOL capabilities.
Altitude: A maximum ceiling (altitude) of 20,000 feet (6096m). Combat height (the height in which air to ground attacks are possible): 3000 feet (910
m).
Range: Liquid fuel engine with a range of approximately 700 miles (1120 km; extra large fuel tanks).
The absence of a nuclear or other "high-tech" engine and fuel supply makes the helicopter inexpensive.

Statistical Data
Height: 20 feet (6 m)
Width: 12 feet (3.6 m) wide; wing span: 22 feet (6.7 m); main rotors have a diameter of 60 feet (18.3 m).
Length: 65 feet (19.8 m)
Weight: 19 tons fully loaded
Cargo: Limited; enough room to add ten passengers or equivalent cargo.
Power System: Liquid fuel.

Weapon Systems
1. Forward Mounted Laser Cannon (1): A laser cannon is mounted in a turret under the Death's Head. It can rotate 360 degrees and has a
180 degree arc of fire.
Typically controlled by the co-pilot.
Primary Purpose: Anti-Aircraft and Anti-Armor.
Secondary Purpose: Anti-Personnel and Defense
Rate of Fire: Once every second.
Effective Range: 4000 feet (1200 m)
Payload: Effectively unlimited.

2. Nose Rail Gun (1):
Controlled by the pilot or the co-pilot/gunner.
Primary Purpose: Anti-Aircraft
Secondary Purpose: Anti-Personnel and Defense.
Rate of Fire: Once every 2 seconds.
Maximum Effective Range: 4000 feet (1220 m)
Payload: 4,000 round drum feed for 100 bursts.

3. Wing Rail Guns (2): Controlled by a gunner.
Primary Purpose: Anti-Aircraft
Secondary Purpose: Anti-Personnel and Defense.
Rate of Fire: Once every 2 seconds.
Effective Range: 4000 feet (1220 m)
Payload: 6,000 round drum feed for 150 bursts per each of the two wing guns; 12,000 rounds and 300 bursts total.

4. Tube Mini-Missile Launchers (6) on the Weapon Wings: They are controlled by a gunner. Helicopters assigned to the Navy can fire mini-
torpedoes.
Primary Purpose: Anti-Armor and Anti-Personnel.
Secondary Purpose: Defense.
Rate of Fire: One at a time, or volleys of two, three, four or five.
Effective Range: About one mile (1.6 km)
Payload: 60 total; 10 mini-missiles per each of the six launchers.

5. Medium-Range Missile Launchers (4):
Built into the weapon wings are heavy missiles used against tanks, robots, large aircraft and ground targets.
They can be launched by the co-pilot/gunner or a gunner. Torpedoes can be substituted for missiles.
Primary Purpose: Anti-Armor and Anti-Ship.
Secondary Purpose: Anti-Aircraft and Defense.
Rate of Fire: One at a time, or in volleys of two or four.
Effective Range: About 50 miles (80 km).
Payload: Eight; four per wing launch unit.

Features of Note: Doppler radar bounces a signal off the surface of water or land and measures the frequency shift produced by the relative
movement of source and reflector.
It can be used to track storms and to compute the helicopter's position.
A winch and hook is used to raise and lower people (especially in rescue operations) or supplies. It can accommodate a maximum weight of 20 tons.
The helicopter also has all the standard sensors and features of most aircraft, such as radar, long and short-range communications, etc.



XM-180 "Dragonfly" Dropship

The XM-180 "Dragonfly" gets its nickname from its somewhat dragonfly shape.
It is a fast, well armed transport combat jet. Its defenses include a dual railgun in the nose, laser turret in the center of its main body, and over a

dozen missiles.
The rear section of the jet has clamps that hold and release armored paratroopers.
The XM-180's Paratrooper Payload is typically five Terror Troopers or five Hellfire Bots.
It can also carry any other type of power armor and specially designed supply containers.

XM-180 "Dragonfly" Dropship
Model Type: XM-180
Class: Military Jet Fighter & Transport
Crew: Four: One pilot, one co-pilot, one communications officer, and a gunner.
The cockpit area can also accomodate four passengers comfortably.

Speed
Flying: Mach 1.5 (Roughly 105 mph/1608 km) maximum, but cruising "drop" speed is usually a comparatively slow 300 mph(480km).
Flying Range: Effectively unlimited.
Maximum Altitude: 50,000 feet (15,240 m).

Statistical Data
Height: 18 feet (5.5m) tall,
Width/Wingspan: 35 feet (10.7m)
Length: 65 feet (19.8m)
Weight: 16 tons unloaded
Cargo: Bots and power armor troops. See description.
Color: Typically dark grey, light grey, black, or camouflage.
Power System: Nuclear; average energy life is 10 years.
Black Market: One million credits(Plus missile cost). Rare.


Weapon Systems
1. Medium Range Missile Launcher (2): Each wing has one medium range missile. Typically operated by the gunner.
Primary Purpose: Anti-Aircraft and Anti-Armor.
Secondary Purpose: Defense
Missile Type: Any medium range missile can be used. Typically, a plasma, high explosive (heavy) or Multi-warhead.
Range: Varies. 40 to 80 miles (60 to 120 km).+
Rate of Fire: One
Payload: Two; one on each wing tip.

2. Wing Mini-Missiles (16): Underneath the wings are two rows of four mini-missiles. The launching of mini-missiles is typically controlled by
the gunner or co-pilot.
Primary Purpose: Anti-Aircraft/Anti-Missile
Secondary Purpose: Defense
Missile Type: Any mini-missile can be used, but standard issue is armor piercing or plasma. Fragmentation will be used for anti-personnel
operations.
Rate of Fire: One at a time or in volleys of two, three or four.
Range: Usually about a mile.
Payload: 16 total, eight on each wing.

3. Nose Gun (light railgun; 1): The front of the nose has a double barrel railgun turret.
The turret can rotate 360 degrees and the barrels can be angled up or down 45 degrees.
This gun is typically controlled by the pilot.
Primary Purpose: Assault
Secondary Purpose: Defense.
Rate of Fire: One shot each half second.
Range: 4000 feet (1200m)
Payload: 6000 rounds (200 full bursts). The weapon is fed from a massive ammo-drum in the nose of the jet.
Reloading a drum will take an experienced field mechanic 20 minutes.

4. Double-barreled Laser Turret (1): A laser turret is located on the top of the XM-180 Dragonfly to fight aerial attackers and counter enemy
missiles.
It can rotate 360 degrees and the barrels can be raised and lowered in a 45 degree arc of fire. The laser turret is typically operated by the gunner.
Primary Purpose: Assault
Secondary Purpose: Anti-missile
Rate of Fire: One shot each 0.5 seconds.
Range: 4000 feet (1200m)
Payload: Effectively unlimited.

5. Anti-Missile Chaff Dispenser (1): Located in the tail end of the combat jet is a chaff dispenser. When tailed by missiles, a cloud of chaff and
other obtrusive particles can be released to confuse or detonate the enemy's attack.
Primary Purpose: Anti-missile.
Payload: Six

6. Sensors of Note: Long-range communication, radar, and radar tracking same as robot vehicles.


XM-275 "Lightning" VTOL Combat Jet

For all intents and purposes, the Lightning is Alkor's high-tech replacement of the 20th Century helicopter.
It is a versatile combat jet that is fast, extremely maneuverable and capable of Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL).
It is used for light air and ground support, rescue, troop insertion, extraction and transport (troop and light cargo).
It gets the nickname of "Lightning" because of its speed, ability to make sharply angled turns at virtually any speed, and from one of its weapon systems, the TX-275 Arc Blaster.

Model Type: XM-275
Class: Military VTOL Jet Fighter & Transport
Crew: Four: Pilot, co-pilot/gunner, communications officer and a gunner.
APC Troop Payload: The jet can carry as many as 12 man sized troops/passengers comfortable (16 cramped).

Speed
Flying: Hover in a stationary position, vertical movement and a maximum speed of Mach 2 (roughly 1340 mph/2144 km).
Altitude: 50,00 feet (15,240m).
Range: Effectively unlimited

Statistical Data
Height: 16 feet (4.8 m) tall
Width: 40 feet (12.2 m)
Length: 65 feet (19.8 m)
Weight: 24 tons fully loaded.
Cargo: Troops, bots, power armor and supplies. See description.
Color Typically Grey, sometimes Black with windows being tinted red.
Power System: Nuclear, average energy life is 10 years.
Black Market Cost: Black market knock-offs cost 40 million, and do not have the Arc Charge Blaster, and seldom have a speed greater than mach 1.5.

Weapon Systems
1. Nose Laser (1): The forward laser is a heavy assault weapon controlled by the pilot or co-pilot. It can move side to side 180 degrees and up and down in a 45 degree arc of fire.
Primary Purpose: Anti-Aircraft
Secondary Purpose: Defense
Rate of Fire: Once every second.
Effective Range: 4000 feet (1200 m)
Payload: Effectively unlimited.

2. TX-275 "Lightning" Arc Charge Blaster (2): Under each wing, near the fuselage, is the infamous arc charge blaster.
This unique weapon fires a powerful electrical energy bolt that not only inflicts grievous damage, but can cripple enemy aircraft.
The arc charge guns are typically controlled by the co-pilot or gunner.
Primary Purpose: Anti-Aircraft
Secondary Purpose: Defense
Rate of Fire: Once every 10 seconds.
Maximum Effective Range: 2000 feet (610 m)
Payload: Effectively unlimited.
Note: Using the lightning blast is tricky. The pilot must be careful to fire and veer out of the way or slow down to mach one or be in danger of catching part of the blast.

3. Anti-Missile Chaff Dispenser (1): Located in the tail end of the combat jet is a chaff dispenser. When tailed by missiles, a cloud of chaff and
other obtrusive particles can be released to confuse or detonate the enemy's attack.
Primary Purpose: Anti-missile.
Payload: Six

4. Sensors of Note: Long-range communication, radar, and radar tracking same as robot vehicles.


XM-280 "Dagger" Fighter Jet

The XM-280 is a traditional supersonic fighter and bomber.
It can attain high altitudes and a speed of Mach 3.
It is most often used against enemy strongholds and armored troops beyond the borders of the Alkor Empire.


Model Type: XM-280
Class: Military Jet Fighter & Bomber
Crew: Two: One pilot and one co-pilot/bombardier.
APC Troop Payload: None.

Speed
Flying: A maximum speed of Mach 3 (roughly 2010 mph/3216 km). The XM-280 does not have the ability to hover or VTOL.
Flying Range: Effectively unlimited
Maximum Altitude: 60,000 feet (18,288 m)

Statistical Data
Height: 15 feet (4.6 m) tall
Width: 40 feet (12.2 m)
Length: 70 feet (21.3 m)
Weight: 30 tons fully loaded.
Color Typically grey, white, sometimes Black with windows being tinted red.
Power System: Nuclear, average energy life is 20 years.
Black Market Cost: Not available.

Weapon Systems
1. Nose Lasers (2): The nose section of the jet has a pair of fixed forward, concearled, medium power lasers. They are controlled by the pilot..
Primary Purpose: Anti-Aircraft
Secondary Purpose: Defense
Rate of Fire: Once every second.
Effective Range: 2000 feet (610 m)
Payload: Effectively unlimited.

2. Bomb Payload (16): The XM-280 has a bomb bay that contains 16 bombs which can be dropped on enemy ground targets.
Bombs are usually used on enemy installations, large encampments, storage depots, armored vehicles and similar stationary or slow moving targets.
Bombs are released by the co-pilot or pilot.
Primary Purpose: Anti-Aircraft/Anti-Missile
Secondary Purpose: Defense
Rate of Fire: A volley of four, eight or 16 at a time.
Area of Effect: Typically the entire blast radius from a four bomb volley is 300 feet (91.5 m).
Range: Dropped from a as low as 1000 feet or as high as 20,000 feet.
Payload: 16 total.

3. Wing Mini-Missiles (8): Four mini-missiles can be attached to each wing. Mini-missiles are typically launched by the co-pilot.
Primary Purpose: Anti-Aircraft/Anti-Missile
Secondary Purpose: Defense
Missile Type: Any mini-missile can be used, but standard issue is armor piercing or plasma. Fragmentation will be used for anti-personnel

operations.
Rate of Fire: One at a time or in volleys of two, three or four.
Range: Usually about a mile.
Payload: 8 total; four on each wing.

4. Anti-Missile Chaff Dispenser (1): Located in the tail end of the combat jet is a chaff dispenser. When tailed by missiles, a cloud of chaff and
other obtrusive particles can be released to confuse or detonate the enemy's attack. This defensive feature is usually controlled by the co-pilot or

pilot.
Primary Purpose: Anti-missile.
Payload: Four

5. Sensors of Note: Long-range communication, radar, and radar tracking same as robot vehicles.
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