A.R.M.s new land dominance drone the C.A.L.F. Combat, Assault, Logistics, Frame.
Advanced Regional Manufacturing is the worlds second largest corporation next to the Conglamorite. In 2007 as the world was recovering from biological, nuclear war ARM rose to power in the country producing over 200 billion dollars of military goods yearly.
The branch of the company called the Gotha wing (responsible for drones, and robotics) announced the CALF in december of that year to support troops in the front lines, and to be used in reconnaissance missions were its hazardous for human operators.
The ARM Gotha Claymore TAD (Tactical Assault Drone is another land support drone used to support troops, both have highly advanced electronics, and are armed with state of the art armor, and detection equipment.
About this creation
The Gotha CALF is armed with a 62mm anti aircraft gun used to lay down massive suppressive fire on infanty, Two anti tank missiles for engaging armored vehicles, and six grenade tubes used to create smokescreens for escaping aircraft, and disrupting the path of anti tank guided missiles.
That little camera thats elevated is to see over walls in urban warefare, its exelent at navigating even the most cluttered towns, it can climb over cars, and can detect hiddeden enemies in buildings.
The Calf cost an average of five million dollars, twice the cost of an Abrams tank.
The suspention gives it good mevement on rough terrain, and can cross small water barriers if it needs to.
The turret is one of my nicest yet, Im very proud of it and will probably use it on future vehicles. Its belt feed and can fire 1200 rounds a minuete, has 5000 rounds internally. can also pierce an inch of steel.
The AP Claymore is a slower drone thats used with infantry on the battlefield. is armed with a 45 caliber minigun, that can fire 2900 rounds per minute, has 2900 round drum, also has a sniper detection system, and a rotory grenade launcher.
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