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AAIPC-2 "Rolling Roadblock" . This APC was mainly built as a way to use the large black panels on top. The design can easily be modified to mobile missile launcher. The design is is redesign from a couple years ago. . The TPC realized the need for a large troop transport to safely move troops on the ground. In a rush to get a suitable vehicle in action, a design contest was held, with the winning designer receiving an exclusive contract for production of ground based APC's. The Armored Anti-Infantry Personnel Carrier was chosen, despite some major design flaws. The vehicle carries twenty people, one driver, one gunner, and eighteen passengers. The first of the flaws is the fact that the small interior limits the number of passengers, depending on the equipment they are carrying. The vehicles length makes itself perfect for creating roadblocks, as well as cover for infantry units. One of the three major design flaws is the design of the cannon. The cannon on top is rather easy to disable, since the gunner is open to attack from the sides, also the cannon is easily blown off the top of vehicle. The cannon fires explosive shells that tear through infantry formations with ease, and deals moderate damage to armored vehicles. The other major design flaw, is the fact that there is only one exit from the vehicle. If the vehicle is ambushed from behind, the occupants are open to attack.


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