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US Modern Military Pack 2 Naval
Half a dozen warships from 2017. Most are just technique experiments and proofs of concept. Sorry for the replicated pictures, the image uploader keeps doing this. LDD file is for the LCAC. Thanks for visiting, please rate and comment.
About this creation
Georgia Class Specs:
Top Speed: 32 Knots
Displacement: 6,027 tons
Armor: Classified Steel Alloy, Aluminum Alloy, and Acoustic absorbent tiles
Primary armament: 200mm Railgun 6x 12in rifled cannons
Secondary armament: 4x 5in Auto-cannon, 4x Vertical Cruise Missile Lauch Tube
Power Plant: AW700 Nuclear Reactor
Combat Range: Unknown (reactor can run for 30 years)
Crew: 102


Intended to be the modern version of the battleship, the Georgia Class excels in ship to land and ship to ship combat.


Heavy armor allows the Georgia to take multiple hits and still fight on.


The Georgia Class' heavy weapons can obliterate anyone crazy enough to question her might.


The screws can retract while at sea so that maintenance can be performed. The Georgia class carries at least one extra screw, but many ships carry up to three.


All weapons are rarely fire simultaneously, but the hock and awe effect is truly incredible.

Vigilance Class Specs:
Top Speed: 63 Knots
Displacement: 3,131 tons
Armor: Classified Aluminum Alloy, Radar Absorbent Material (RAM_, Acoustic absorbent tiles
Primary armament: 2x 5in Rail-assist Auto-cannon
Secondary armament: 2x Vertical Cruise Missile Lauch Tube
Power Plant: AW700 Nuclear Reactor
Combat Range: Unknown (reactor can run for 30 years)
Crew: 58


She may seem lightly armed, but the Vigilance class can hit a moving, car sized target 110 miles away while underway in hurricane conditions, making her a favorite during Anti-Pirate operations.


Mostly used to escort Midway class carriers, the Vigilance class can hold her own against most ships.


The Vigilance class is a glimpse into the future, with trimaran hull, water jet propulsions, advanced targeting and communication systems, and stealth systems, the experimental ship is by far the most sophisticated ship on the water today.


The high speed of the Vigilance class allows her to get out of trouble if need be, but most crews chose to stay and fight.


Her cruise missiles are smaller than those of the Georgia Class, they still pack a mighty punch.

Midway Class Specs:
Top Speed: 21 Knots
Displacement: 2,003 tons
Armor: Classified Steel Alloy and Acoustic absorbent tiles
Primary armament: 15x Fighter Aircraft
Secondary armament: 2x Gau-1 Miniguns
Power Plant: AW700 Nuclear Reactor
Combat Range: Unknown (reactor can run for 30 years)
Crew: 178


Originally designed for use by the Coast Guard, the Marines quickly purchased 43 of the Midway Class.


The Marines use the Midway class for lighting fast airstrikes and as a floating helicopter base.


Due to her light defensive armament, Midway Class carriers almost always work in conjunction with the Vigilance class.


Slow but sturdy, the Midway Class is not intended for operations in high danger zones.


A electromagnetic accelerator and a ski jump launch her fighters in only 112 feet

Longhaul Class Specs:
Top Speed: 16 Knots
Displacement: 8,301 tons
Armor: Classified Steel Alloy
Primary armament: none
Power Plant: 4x RxM23 diesel engines
Combat Range: 10,137 miles
Crew: 28


Coming in large cargo, container, fuel, and LNG variants, the Longhaul class are the work horse of the US Navy.


Slow, unarmed, and weak, the Longhaul class never travel without Vigilance class escorts.


Proven effective as moving vast amounts of cargo cheaply, the navy ordered 370 and so far 215 have been delivered.


Several civilian shipping companies are inquiring about purchasing demilitarized versions of the Longhaul class, but so far the navy has declined.

Mark 3 LCAC Specs:
Top Speed: 34 Knots
Displacement: 0 tons
Armor: Classified aluminum Alloy reenforced rubber-like cushion
Primary armament: Optional CROWS (not shown)
Secondary armament: none
Power Plant: 2x E3m Diesel engines powering 2 fans
Combat Range: 387
Crew: 2-4


Capable of carrying any ground vehicle in the US inventory, the Mark 3 LCAC is ideal for amphibious assaults.


The launch ramp is very effective at stopping enemy fire from entering the holing area. It also, in extreme situations, can be detached as a make-shift bridge.


Mark 3 LCACs may look like easy targets, but the air cushion is self sealing and the fans are strengthened to withstand even direct RPG hits.


A rear loading ramp allows troops to board and exit while inside of the "mother ship".

GAU-1 Specs:
Weight: 2.3 tons
Rate of Fire: 5,000 rpm
Caliber: 30mm
Range: 2.5 miles


An experimental anti-missile system.

Unidentified Destroyer Specs:
Top Speed: unknown
Displacement: 3,771 tons
Armor: Unknown
Primary armament: 3x 5in Auto-cannon, 2x 12 Cannon (possibly rail-assist)
Secondary armament: 3x Gau-1 Miniguns, 2x Vertical Launch Cruise missiles, 2x Depth Charge Lauchers
Power Plant: Unkown
Combat Range: Unknown
Crew: Around 100


Little is known about this ship, only that the Navy has been running clandestine test runs outside of midway.


These are the only known pictures of this new ship, and only three people have reported seeing it.


It is unclear why the navy is keeping this ship so secret, but many suspect it has some new feature or purpose.


It has no visible propulsion leading many believe it has a previously unseen method of travel.


Seen firing its vast array of weapons during a test sail, one target, a decommissioned Nimitz class was reportedly devastated in mere seconds.

LDD file is for the LCAC. Thanks for visiting, please rate and comment.


Building instructions
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Comments

 I made it 
  August 1, 2013
Quoting Daniel Bozarth Nice man, I like how you didn't overload the ship with guns, you made them look just right.
Thank you. Based on that though, you probably won't like the next naval pack.
 I like it 
  July 31, 2013
Nice man, I like how you didn't overload the ship with guns, you made them look just right.
 I made it 
  July 31, 2013
Quoting Achintya Prasad Very nice! Though, I dunno about the carrier; I mean, its good for escorts, but what happened to the Super Carrier? Love to have seen that as well; would have been something, coming from your skill!
Thank you very much. I have several Large carriers in the works, but none that I felt were good enough to post. I'm have about half a dozen real brick builds in progress which will be posted with in a month.
 I like it 
  July 31, 2013
Very nice! Though, I dunno about the carrier; I mean, its good for escorts, but what happened to the Super Carrier? Love to have seen that as well; would have been something, coming from your skill!
 
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