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Caliber 5.56x45mm M193

Action gas operated, rotating bolt

Overall length 1022 mm

Barrel length 508mm

Weight, empty 3.72 kg

Rate of fire 750 - 900 rounds per minute

Magazine capacity Varies


The TR-88 is more than just a single firearm; it is a modular kit, which contains about 15 sub-assemblies. Different combinations of those sub-assemblies (barrels, feed units, trigger units, sight units) allow the assembly of various firearms on the single receiver unit.

The stamped steel receiver contains an universal bolt group, with a multi-lug rotating bolt and a long stroke gas piston with gas tube. The receiver also has several sets of mounting points for attachment of all other sub-assemblies and the quick-detachable barrel. In rifle and carbine configuration, the receiver is so orientated that the gas system lies above the barrel and the feed unit mounting points are below the receiver. In all machine gun configurations, either belt or magazine fed, the receiver is turned ?upside down?, with the gas system being below the barrel, and the feed unit being above the receiver. In rifle / carbine configuration the TR-88 system utilizes a hammer-fired trigger unit, integral with the pistol grip and triggerguard. This trigger unit allows for single shots and full auto fire, and the gun is fired from a closed bolt only. In machine gun configuration, the trigger unit has no hammer; instead, its sear interoperates with the cut in the gas piston rod, allowing only full automatic fire, and only from an open bolt. The magazine feed unit can accommodate proprietary curved box magazines for 30 rounds, and can be used both in rifle and machine gun configurations. The belt feed unit could be used only in machine gun configurations. Different rear sight units were available for various configurations, with the front sights being mounted on quick detachable barrels.


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Standard Rifle


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LMG configuration


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Box-fed Medium MG



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Caliber 5.56x45mm

Weight 7.1 kg

Length 1040 mm 914

Barrel length 465 mm

Feeding belt or magazines

Rate of fire, cyclic 750 - 1000 rounds per minute



The TM-61 is an air cooled, gas operated, belt fed, automatic weapon. The TM-61 is operated using conventional gas action with the gas piston located below the barrel, and the barrel is locked using the traditional rotary bolt. The barrel is quick-detachable, and has a carrying handle attached to it, to help for quick replacement procedure. It has an alternative feed system, which allows to use disintegrating metallic belts as a primary feed option, or M16-type box magazines as a back-up feed option.

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SMAW (Shoulder-launched Multi-purpose Assault Weapon)

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Caliber: 83 mm rocket + 9mm spotting rifle

Type: rocket

Overall length: 825 mm (launcher), about 1370 mm (ready to fire w. HEDP round)

Weight: 7.52 kg unloaded launcher plus 4.3 to 6.9kg rocket in canister.

Effective range: up to 250 m (500m max)

Armor penetration: HEAA ~ 580-600mm (23-24") RHA; HEDP 25mm (1") RHA or 30cm (12") brick wall or 20cm (8") concrete wall


SMAW is a shoulder-fired, reusable rocket launcher that consists of a launch tube made of epoxy and fiberglass, with attached firing unit, 9mm spotting rifle, and sight bracket. Firing unit has dual grips, manual safety, and fire selector that allows to fire either a spotting rifle or a loaded rocket. Spotting rifle is is ballistically matched to all rockets. It is loaded with special ammunition and fires from special 6-round magazines. Spare magazines are clipped to each rocket container. Once operator roughly aimed the unit, using either telescope or night sight, or backup open sight, he starts to fire spotting rifle until rounds are hitting the intended target. 9mm bullets provide a visible trace up to 500m range, so operator can check his aim, and once on target, he then switches to rocket and launches it. SMAW launcher can be fired from the shoulder, using dual grips and shoulder rest, or from the ground, using folding bipods located near the center of mass, next to the shoulder rest.


All types of rockets are supplied in disposable, sealed plastic containers, which are clipped to the rear part of the launcher. Once rocket is fired, empty container is detached from the launcher and discarded. Rockets have caliber of 83mm, and are stabilized in flight using spring-open switchblade-type stabilizations. Standard types of rockets are: Mk.3 HEDP (High Explosive Dual Purpose) weighting 4.35kg (5.9kg in container), Mk.6 HEAA (High Explosive Anti Armor) weighting 4.4kg (6.2kg in container), CPR (Common Practice - training), FTG (Follow-Through Grenade with dual warhead - first that penetrates barrier, and second that follows through the hole and explodes inside) weighting 5.2kg (7.1kg in container), and CS (Confined Space with HEDP warhead - creates no backblast and an be fired from confined spaces such as rooms in building) weighting 6.9kg (9.1kg in container). The most recent (2003) addition to the range of SMAW rounds is Mk.80 rocket, known as NE (Novel Explosive, basically a thermobaric HEDP warhead).

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Length: 9.53

Width: 3.78 meters

Height: 2.225 meters

Clearance: 0.47 meters

Weight : 50 metric tons

Crew: 3

Engine: 1,300 hp T-84KD turbo-supercharged diesel

Max Road Speed: 80 km/h

Max cross-country: Speed 55 km/h

Range 550 - 650 km

Trench width: 2.8 m

Vertical obstacle: 0.8 m

Maximum gradient: 30?

Main Weapon: 125mm 2A46M-2 smoothbore

Rate of fire: 6-8 rounds/min

Ammunition Types: APFSDS, HEAT, HEF

Machine Guns Coaxial: 7.62mm (2000 rounds)

Smoke Screens: 12 82mm mortars with smoke grenades//smoke discharger

Front armor rating, mm RHA vs APFSDS:

550 mm + 250-280mm with Kontakt-5 = 800-830mm

vs HEAT: 650 mm + 500-700mm with Kontakt-5 = 1,150-1,350mm

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Power Plant: Two Nuclear Power Plant (A4W Pressurized Water Reactor)

Four shafts, Four propellers

Length, overall: 1,092 feet (332.85 meters)

Flight Deck Width: 252 feet (76.8 meters)

Beam: 134 feet (40.84 meters)

Displacement Approx: 97,000 tons (87,300 metric tons) full load

Speed: 30+ knots (34.5+ miles per hour)

Aircraft: 85

Aircraft elevators: Four

Catapults: Four

Crew Ship's Company: 3,200

Air Wing: 2,480


6 - AIM launchers

3 - 30mm mounts

4 - 20mm mounts


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Propulsion: 4 General Electric LM-2500 Gas Turbine Engines (80,000 Shaft Horsepower)

2 Controllable-Reversible Pitch Propellers

2 Rudders

Length Overall: Length: 567 ft

Waterline Length: 529 ft

Beam Extreme Beam: 55 ft

Waterline Beam: 55 ft

Draft Maximum Navigational Draft: 33 ft

Draft Limit: 23 ft

Displacement Light Displacement: 7103 tons

Full Displacement: 9957 tons

Dead Weight: 2854 tons

Speed: 30 plus knots



1 MK 7 MOD 3 AEGIS Weapons System

2 MK26 missile launcher (CG 47 thru CG 51)

2 MK41 vertical launching system (CG 52 thru CG 73)

127 VLS Cells Standard Missile (MR)

Anti-Submarine Rocket(ASROC)

Tomahawk ASM/LAM

2 Harpoon Missile Quad-Canister Launchers

2 MK 32 MOD 14 Torpedo Tubes - 6 MK-46 torpedoes

2 MK 45 5"/54-Caliber Lightweight Gun Mounts

1 MK 15 MOD 2 Close-in-Weapons Systems (CIWS) (2 Mounts)

1 MK 36 MOD 2 Super Rapid-Blooming Off-Board Chaff System

2 50-Caliber Machine Guns


Crew: 24 Officers, 340 Enlisted

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Power plant: 4 - LM 2500 General Electric gas turbines, two shafts, 80,000 shaft horsepower

Length: 563 feet (171.6 meters)

Beam: 55 feet (16.8 meters)

Displacement: 9,100 tons (8,190 metric tons) full load

Speed: 33 knots (38 mph, 60.8 kph)

Armament: 2 - MK 143 Armored Box Launchers for Tomahawk SLCM or

1 - MK41 Vertical Launch System for Tomahawk SLCM

2 - MK 141 quad launchers w/ 8 Harpoon missiles

MK 29 launchers for NATO Sea Sparrow Missile System

2 - MK 15 20mm Phalanx CIWS Close-In Weapons Systems

2 - 5-Inch 54 Cal. MK 45 Guns (lightweight gun)

2 - MK 32 triple tube mounts w/ six Mk-46 torpedoes)

MK 112 Launcher for ASROC


Combat Systems:

SPS-40E Air Search Radar

SPS-55 Surface Search Radar

SPG-60 Gun Fire Control Radar

SPQ-9A Gun Fire Control Radar

SQS-53B Sonar SQR-19 Tactical Towed Array Sonar


Crew: 30 officers, 352 enlisted

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Power Plant:

4 - LM2500 GE Marine Gas Turbines (100,000 shp)

3 Allison 2500 KW Gas Turbine Generators

2 Shafts with CRP (Controllable Reversible Pitch) Propellers

2 Rudders

Length: 505 feet overall

Beam: 66 Feet

Navigational Draft: 31 feet

Displacement: 8,300 tons full load

Speed: 31 knots


Two MK 41 Vertical Launching Systems (96 Cells)

[standard missile and ASM/LAM]

Two Harpoon Anti-shipping Missile

Quad Canisters Two MK 41 Vertical Launching Systems (96 Cells)

[standard missile and Tomahawk ASM/LAM]

One MK 45 MOD 1 5"/54 caliber Gun Mount (lightweight gun)

Two MK 32 MOD 14 Triple Torpedo Tubes (six MK 50/46 Torpedoes)

Crew: 32 Officers, 348 enlisted


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Power Plant Foilborne:

one gas turbine, 18,000 shaft horsepower,

waterjet propulsion units;


two diesels, 1,600 brake horsepower,

waterjet propulsion units


Length: Foils extended, 133 feet;

foils retracted, 145 feet

Beam: 28 feet

Displacement: 255 tons full load

Armament: 8 - Anti-shipping Missles

1 - 76mm gun

Speed Foilborne: in excess of 40 knots;

hullborne, 12 knots

Crew: 25


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Lugene Command Cruisers provide command and control for fleet commanders. LCCs use a sophisticated system of computers, communications and other electronic facilities to fulfill it's mission as a flagship for the Confederation fleets.


Power Plant: Two boilers, one geared turbine, one shaft; 22,000 horsepower

Length: overall 634 feet (190 meters)

Beam: extreme 108 feet (32 meters)

Displacement: 18,874 tons (16,987 metric tons) full load

Speed: 23 knots (26.5 miles, 42.4 km, per hour)

Crew: 52 officers, 790 enlisted

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LCAC (Landing Craft, Air Cushion)

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Power Plant: Four Avco-Lycoming gas turbines; 12,280 bhp;

two shrouded reversible-pitch propellers;

four double-entry fans for lift

Length: 88 feet

Beam: 47 feet

Displacement: 200 tons full load

Capacity: 60 tons/75 ton overload

Speed: 40 plus knots with payload


2 - 12.7mm MGs. Gun mounts will support: M-2HB .50 cal machine gun; Mk-19 Mod3 40mm grenade launcher; M-60 machine gun

Crew 5


200 miles at 40 kts with payload

300 miles at 35 kts with payload

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Power Plant: One S8G nuclear reactor

core reloaded every nine years

two geared steam turbines,

one shaft, output of 60,000 hp


Length: 560 feet (170.69 meters)

Beam: 42 feet (10.06 meters)

Displacement: Surfaced: 16,764 tons

Submerged:18,750 tons

Speed: 25 knots submerged speed

Operating Depth: greater than 1,000 feet


24 - tubes for ballistic missiles,

4 - torpedo tubes


Bow mounted sonar


Active sonar

towed array


Crew: 15 Officers, 140 Enlisted


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Power Plant:

One S6W reactor

one shaft at with 52,000 shp with pumpjet propulsor

Improved Performance Machinery Program Phase II one secondary propulsion submerged motor

Length: 353 feet (107.6 meters)

Draft: 35 feet (10.67 meters)

Beam: 40 feet (12.2 meters)


7,460 ton surface displacement

9,137 tons submerged displacement

Speed Official:

35 knots maximum submerged speed

20 knots tactical ["silent"] speed

Operating Depth: 2000 feet


eight 660-mm torpedo tubes

50 Tomahawk cruise missiles or

50 Harpoon antiship missiles or

50 Mark 48 ADCAP torpedoes or

up to 100 mines

Crew: 12 Officers; 121 Enlisted


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Length: 453 feet (135.9 meters) with LAMPS III modification

Beam: 45 feet (13.5 meters)

Displacement: 4,100 tons (full load)

Speed: 29 plus knots (33.4+ miles per hour)

Aircraft: Two SH-39 [ASW]

Crew: 13 Officers, 287 Enlisted


Standard Missile (MR)

Harpoon (from Standard Missile Launcher)

6 - MK-46 torpedoes

1 - 76 mm (3-inch)/62 caliber rapid fire gun

1 - close-in-weapons system

Combat Systems:

Air Search Radar

Surface Search Radar

Fire Control System

Electronics Warfare System


Decoy System

Towed Array Sonar System

ASW Integration System


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Function: Air superiority fighter

Propulsion: 2 F119-PW-100 engines

Thrust: 35,000 lbst

Length: 62.08 feet, 18.90 meters

Height: 16.67 feet, 5.08 meters

Wingspan: 44.5 feet, 13.56 meters

Wing Area: 840 square feet

Horizontal Tailspan: 29 feet, 8.84 meters


Two AIM-11 Aircraft Intercepting Missiles

six Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missiles (AMRAAM)

one 20mm Gatling gun

two 1,000-pound Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAM)



The 'next-gen' fighter of the Confederation Air Forces. The F-102 incorporates some of the most modern and effective concepts and equiptment, such as;


Stealth : Greatly increases survivability and lethality by denying the enemy critical information required to successfully attack the F-102


Integrated Avionics: Allows F-102 pilots unprecedented awareness of enemy forces through the fusion of on- and off-board information


Supercruise: Enhances weapons effectiveness; allows rapid transit through the battlespace; reduces the enemy?s time to counter attack


The F-102's engine is expected to be the first to provide the ability to fly faster than the speed of sound for an extended period of time without the high fuel consumption characteristic of aircraft that use afterburners to achieve supersonic speeds. It is expected to provide high performance and high fuel efficiency at slower speeds as well.


For its primary air-to-air role, the F-102 will carry six AIM-120C and two AIM-11 missiles. For its air-to-ground role, the F-102 can internally carry two 1,000 pound-class Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAM), two AMRAAM, and two AIM-11 missiles. With the Global Positioning System-guided JDAM, the F-102 will have an adverse weather capability to supplement the F-187 for air-to-ground missions after achieving air dominance.


The F-102's combat configuration is "clean", that is, with all armament carried internally and with no external stores. This is an important factor in the F-102's stealth characteristics, and it improves the fighter's aerodynamics by dramatically reducing drag, which, in turn, improves the F-102's range. The F-102 has four under wing hardpoints, each capable of carrying 5,000 pounds. A single pylon design, which features forward and aft sway braces, an aft pivot, electrical connections, and fuel and air connections, is used. Either a 600-gallon fuel tank or two missile launchers can be attached to the bottom of the pylon, depending on the mission.

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Primary Function: Ground Attack

Power Plant: Two General Electric F404 engines

Length: 65 feet, 11 inches (20.3 meters)

Height: 12 feet, 5 inches (3.8 meters)

Weight: 52,500 pounds (23,625 kilograms)

Wingspan: 43 feet, 4 inches (13.3 meters)

Speed: High subsonic

Range: Unlimited with air refueling

Armament Internal weapons carriage


2 2000-pound 'dumb-bombs'

2 GPW [General Purpose Warhead] 2000lb

2 GPW 500lb

2 HPW [Hard-Penetration Warhead] (Bunker-Buster)

2 500lb 'dumb-bombs'

2 WCMD [submunition]



The F-187 is the Confederation's primary, fixed-wing, attack role aircraft. F-187's engage any ground targets of significance, ranging from radar and SAM-sites to enemy combat forces. F-187's were used against Tagmatine forces at Tarragat. Of the thirteen launched, only one was shot down.

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Primary Function: Close air support, air interdiction and armed reconnaissance

Power Plant: Four Allison turboprop engines T56-A-15

Thrust: Each engine 4,910 horsepower

Length: 97 feet, 9 inches (29.8 meters)

Height: 38 feet, 6 inches (11.7 meters)

Maximum Takeoff Weight: 155,000 pounds (69,750 kilograms)

Wingspan: 132 feet, 7 inches (40.4 meters)

Range: 1,500 statute miles (1,300 nautical miles)

Unlimited with air refueling 2,200 nautical miles

Unlimited with air refueling

Ceiling: 25,000 feet (7,576 meters) 30,000 ft.

Speed: 300 mph (Mach 0.40) (at sea level)


two 20mm cannons

with 3,000 rounds

one 40mm cannon

with 350 rounds

one 105mm howitzer

with 100 rounds

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C-142 StarLifter

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Primary Function: Long-range troop and cargo airlift.

Power Plant: Four TF33-P-7 turbofan engines.

Thrust: 20,250 pounds (9,112.5 kilograms), each engine.

Length: 168 feet, 4 inches (51 meters).

Height: 39 feet, 3 inches (11.9 meters).

Wingspan: 160 feet (48.5 meters).

Speed: 500 mph (Mach 0.66).

Ceiling: 41,000 feet (12,424 meters).

Maximum Takeoff Weight: 323,100 pounds (145,395 kilograms).

Range: 2,500 miles (2,174 nautical miles).

Unit Cost :$8.1 million

Crew: Six (pilot, co-pilot, two loadmasters, and two flight engineers).


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Crew: 3

Troop Capacity: 8 passengers

Combat Weight: (mt) 14.5

Length Overall: (m) 5.75 m

Height Overall: (m) 2.57

Width Overall: (m) 2.78

Ground Pressure: (kg/cm 2 ) 0.53

Engine Type: 300-hp Diesel

Cruising Range; (km) 600

Speed (km/h):

Max Road: 65

Max Off-Road: INA

Average Cross-Country: INA

Max Swim: 7

Fording Depths: (m) Amphibious


The LAV-9 is the support and freight vehicle of the mechanized infantry units, and the tank carried squadrons of the combat regiments. This tracked amphibious armoured vehicle transports a group of 9 men in addition to the driver and gunner under turret. It has a great autonomy and an excellent terrestrial and water mobility which allow it, in particular, to cross by its own means a flooded cut. Its armament enables it to intervene effectively against light armoured tanks and low flying aircraft. Protected against weapons from average gauge and the shrapnel of artillery shell, it can fight in contaminated atmosphere. Crew: 2 men (1 conductor and 1 gunner) remain on board after the unloading of a group whose leader also serves as commander of the vehicle.

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Crew: 4


One 125mm rifled gun; or 120mm gun

one 7.62mm co-axial machine-gun;

one 12.7mm anti-aircraft machine-gun;

12 smoke discharges (six on each turret)


Armour: Composite

Length: (including main armament) 31ft 9in (9.67m)

Length: (hull) 24ft 6in (7.48m)

Width: 11ft 10in (3.60m)

Height: 7ft 5in (2.25m)

Weight: 112,335 lb (51,000kg) [53.2 tons K1A1]

Ground Pressure: 12.23 lb/in sq (0.86kg/cm sq)

Engine: MTU 871 Ka-501 12 cylinder water-cooled diesel engine developing 1,200hp at 2,600rpm

Road speed; 40 mph (65km/h)

range: 310 miles (500km)

vertical obstacle: 3ft 4in (1.0m)

trench: 9ft 0in (2.74m)

gradient: 60?


The M560 rolls across the ground on hard rubber tracks at 40 miles per hour. Its crew sits inside a four-inch thick aluminum alloy shell. It can carry forty-six 145 mm shells that scream out of the canon to a range of 30 kilometers. The laser sighting system guarantees the highest level of accuracy in any conditions. This "hunt to kill" targeting system can even account for wind velocity. The targeting system is proven to be perfect between 400 and 8,000 meters.

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To: The Syndicate Federation of Stilistra


Because the T1f1 is exiting service with the Confederation, it's assumed value has dropped some. 270 T1f1 Galdiators will cost $432,000,000. Meanwhile, 6,000 SMAW and 1 UC-130 has a total cost of $16,450,000.


Your order's sum total: $448,450,000


The T1f1 Gladiator tanks and SMAWs will be shipped immediately (having already been made), and the UC-130 will be delivered in about one month (some assembly required).

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