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UTA SAM Pack
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Some new SAMs for my D&C II nation. Still using the chassis of the M10 Tank (still really like that thing). Enjoy, and don't forget to rate and comment.
About this creation
M50 AA Specs:
Top Speed: 82 MPH
Weight: 41 Tons
Armor: Composite of Carbon Steel, Carbon Nanotubes, Kevlar, ERA, and Titanium Quatraboride
Primary Armament: Gau-1 30mm Minigun
Secondary Armament: 2x Quad Fgm-57 SAMs
Power Plant: DFG-45 plasma compreser
Combat Range: 10,700
Crew: 1


A repost of the M50 after I accidentally copied Matt Sylvan's. I had two files called "AA Turret" in two different places and accidentally used his. So this is the true turret.


On with the build. The M50 can engage aircraft up to 3.5 miles away with the minigun and 18 miles away with the missiles.


Most aircraft traveling under mach 4.5 and with limited or no stealth are able to be engaged by the M50.


FIRE! Able to target all missiles separately simultaneously, up to nine targets can be destroyed at once, while 6 others are being tracked. Also able to reload in 60 seconds, the M50 is great for killing the whole squadron.

M55 Specs:
Top Speed: 82 MPH
Weight: 41 Tons
Armor: Composite of Carbon Steel, Carbon Nanotubes, Kevlar, ERA, Titanium Quatraboride, and 2x Active Projectile Interceptor System {APIS}
Primary Armament: 4x BFM-10 Long range rockets. (Range of 70 miles and 7 miles up)
Secondary Armament: none
Power Plant: DFG-45 plasma compreser
Combat Range: 10,700
Crew: 1


The long range counterpart of the M50, the M55 is called "the hell bringer" by UTA troops due to its massive firepower and range.


No aircraft inside its range is safe, regardless of stealth or speed, due to the built-in RADAR and AI systems. Even the most maneuverable aircraft can't out maneuver the BFM-10 since it has built-in thrust vectoring.


The missiles are armored to prevent accidental detonation if they are shot at.


So powerful are the BFM-10s, that operators in testing often destroyed two or three aircraft with ons missile.

M60 Specs:
Top Speed: 81 MPH
Weight: 38 Tons
Armor: Composite of Carbon Steel, Carbon Nanotubes, Kevlar, ERA, Titanium Quatraboride, and 2x Active Projectile Interceptor System {APIS}
Primary Armament: BAR-5 RADAR system (range of 150 miles and 12 miles up)
Secondary Armament: none
Power Plant: DFG-45 plasma compreser
Combat Range: 10,700
Crew: 1


The hunter in the "hunter, killer" combo with the M55, the M60's RADAR was taken off of the Greenback Class Carrier, due to its massive range and accuracy.


Upon firing, the BFM-10 receives additional targeting info from the M60 via secure frequency, giving it superb accuracy.


Not only for AA, the M60 can detect anything bigger than a shoe within 150 miles, and is a favorite of the ASDF.


LDD file for M50.

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Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I like it 
  September 28, 2013
Great details :)
 I like it 
  September 24, 2013
that's so cool!
 I made it 
  August 23, 2013
Quoting Zach Eli "Sierra" Sykes The Ares Republic has not approved the sale of NCA tech or the use of it's specifications in any physical or virtual training media. The Ares Republic is highly dissatisfied (which is my way of saying: ASK BEFORE USING).
Sorry. I figured since I sighted it as yours it would be fine. I can change it if you want me to.
  August 23, 2013
The Ares Republic has not approved the sale of NCA tech or the use of it's specifications in any physical or virtual training media. The Ares Republic is highly dissatisfied (which is my way of saying: ASK BEFORE USING).
 I made it 
  August 22, 2013
Quoting Daniel Bozarth Nice adaptations, three things i have to say 1. if you fire at everything bigger than a shoe the avian population of your country will be drastically reduced 2. those aircraft must be flying in tight formation in order for you to take out 3 of them 3. wait till i come out with my new aircraft, i am pretty sure that it can outmaneuver anything, and it is completely invisible to radar (however it is luminescent).
Well I don't mean to be argumentative, but I did say target nor fire. Also, most modern SAMs use an explosive charge that sends metal rods flying into the air. Therefore, a large missile should spread the rods very far and hit multiple aircraft. I will be waiting to see what you have in store, and scramble to build a countermeasure.
 I made it 
  August 22, 2013
Quoting claw paradox Nice job here, although a more realistic speed for a MBT would be around 80 kph. 5/5
I know that 80mph is fast, but he idea is that these are future tanks. Technology would be much improved and the engines would be more powerful. For a modern tank though, 80mph is unreasonable.
  August 22, 2013
Nice adaptations, three things i have to say 1. if you fire at everything bigger than a shoe the avian population of your country will be drastically reduced 2. those aircraft must be flying in tight formation in order for you to take out 3 of them 3. wait till i come out with my new aircraft, i am pretty sure that it can outmaneuver anything, and it is completely invisible to radar (however it is luminescent).
 I like it 
  August 22, 2013
Cool group of armor my favorite would have to be the one with the phalanx Sweet
  August 22, 2013
Nice job here, although a more realistic speed for a MBT would be around 80 kph. 5/5
 
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