The M1128 is the MGS variant of the Stryker armored vehicle. The M1128 features a M68A1 105mm main cannon, an M2 .50 caliber MG, and a coaxial M240C MG. The principal function of the MGS is to provide rapid and lethal direct fire to support assaulting infantry.
This was my first try at a camo pattern and the only reason I did it was because tan cheese slopes did not exist at the time. Now that they do, I might pick some up to help clean up the pattern, but not totally replace all of the light bley.
About this creation
The MGS with slate armor, also know as cage armor.
Here are some pics of the MGS in an upgraded form. With improved armor, a 120mm main gun (replacing the 105mm), a CROWS turret, an APS, multiple ECMs, and now with silicon protecting it from EMPs, the ugraded Stryker MGS is even more of a force to be reckoned with.
The CROWS placement is a bit odd, but the MGS turret just isn't very CROWS-friendly, so I tried my best. Added an some APS/ECMs, as well.
I made this version of the MGS for a group and being that I don't like it as much, it will be changed back to its standard form.
I received some tan cheese slopes today, so I was able to clean up the camo pattern a little bit.
That is awsome! That is the BEST stryker I have ever seen!!!! If you possibly could, could you please email me the instructions? My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you and GREAT JOB!!!!!
My local Air Force Recruiter's brother sent me an e-mail the other day, and it was of him standing next to a MGS. Also attached was a video of his MGS firing downrange. One thing to remember....DO NOT STAND WHERE THE SHELL IS TARGETED. IT WILL HIT YOU. I mean, they put a shell through a window....