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M-class Covert Ops “Infiltrator” Submarine
About this creation
Commonly referred to as the “Infil-Sub,” this speedy little monster was designed for stealth and covert insertions. Its passenger capacity is approximately five, with almost every passenger fulfilling the part of a crewmember. As a matter of fact, all members of a covert ops team have been trained to fill any position on the sub, so if the regular pilot is injured, any of the team can easily take over. To simplify this, the controls and work stations of the sub are very easy to use, and some systems are automated. To deploy the covert ops squad, the sub's engines actually reverse thrust, and the sub "backs up" onto the beach, assuming they are deploying onto a beach... Then the multi-purpose weapons swivel around to give them cover as they exit.



The Infil-Sub has four stations: the pilot house, the gunnery station, sensors, and engineering. Each can be operated by a single crewmember. The gunnery station controls the four forward-mounted torpedo tubes, each of which is armed with two dark matter-powered torps. The Infil-Sub also carries a pair of multi-purpose weapons, which can be outfitted with different weapons, from anti-tank cannons to surface-to-air missiles, as pictured here. The engineering station shows the sub’s current stats and schematics, as well as damage reports and such. Sensors is pretty self-explanatory. It includes radar as well as thermal-imaging and satellite scans. Pilot station: it is situated above the main cabin, accessible only by the elevating control seat.







That bit in the back there is the lowering ramp. It's perfect for beaches and carrier ship decks.


Cockpit. Try to imagine that the white pieces are clear, or rather, trans-black. My stupid Bricklink order hasn't showed up yet, and those side cockpit pieces were in there >:P. That's the last time I order from overseas!




Here's a shot of the elevating seat. I'm going to develop this concept some more...














Engineering station.


Sensor station.


Captain Tart exiting the sub.


EDIT: I have posted some pics with the real cockpit pieces! Here they are...






Group photo of the members of Squad 56 (from left to right): Private Dirk Hansen, Sergeant Marcus Lincoln, Captain James Tart, Private Simon Drake, Private Christoph Bukler.


Private Dirk Hansen: Squad 56’s computer geek. Not your stereotypical nerd, is he? At least not with that assault rifle-grenade launcher combo he’s packing!


Sergeant Marcus Lincoln: Second-in-command of Squad 56. Is a HUGE fan of overkill, as evidenced by the semi-auto shotgun in his hand.


Captain James Tart: Leader of Squad 56. A veteran of over thirty missions, Tart has refused countless offers of promotion, preferring to be “one of the guys.” His weapon of choice? 8 inches of stainless steel guaranteed to ruin your day. No pressure, Thodmin!


Private Simon Drake: Every covert ops squad has to have a sniper, right? Well, Simon fits that slot perfectly. Simon explains why sniping is his chosen profession: “I guess I just like having your target in the crosshairs. In that instant before you decide to pull the trigger, you have complete control over that individual’s life.” Simon also believes that you must never get comfortable with killing. He is the morals of Squad 56.


Private Christoph Bukler: He doesn’t like it when you call what he does “blowing stuff up.” He prefers the term “asset denial.” And you don’t want to make him angry. In case you haven’t figured it out yet, he’s the demolitions expert of the squad. Don't you just love Brickarms? %D (my picasso-style happy face)




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 I like it 
  March 10, 2011
Original and nice little sub! Please come and check mine! :-)
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  September 14, 2010
60/5. I like future military MOCs and this a real good one. I like how the sub has more space in it than it looks. good use brickarms.
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  May 30, 2010
What kind of guns are those that the minifigs are holding?
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  May 12, 2010
Very nice design! The Evil Army must counter ... unless you'd sell us a few. XD
Dr. HappyBaboon ,   PhD
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Gondabuggan Draconfell the gnome arcanist
  May 9, 2010
awsome, I have the book "the hunt for red october" on hold at the library, and after I read it, I may make a russian sub, it would be awsome to get sub motors (no really! I saw them on bricklink! i think!). very good.
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  May 9, 2010
Showoff!Lol jk this is great. I love the little bios for the creations.
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  May 9, 2010
Nice sub here! Though you really should use the 'large' setting in the uploading menu.
  May 9, 2010
Wow, nice sub, now you just have to make a sub way. Get it? You know, like the restaurant? Huh? Okay, I gotta go bang my head for that one... ~Waff
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  May 9, 2010
This is really cool!! You should try and post instructions, If I could build this, that would be a cool addition to my arsenal, cool! 7/5
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  May 9, 2010
Fantastic. Nice work.
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  May 9, 2010
Quoting Cowabunga Carl Wow! If that order had come in this would have been simply amazing. This is way more than i expected in the missions. 5 smileys from me!
Thanks! I'll post some updated pics once they arrive.
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  May 9, 2010
Wow! If that order had come in this would have been simply amazing. This is way more than i expected in the missions. 5 smileys from me!
 
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