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Trighton Class Assault Transport (18th DSF) . Tablescrap turned big leagues. . Stud Length: 6 Crew: 10 Class: Transport Weighting: Standard Weapon Count: 6 Engine Count: 1(main) 2(Secondary) Role: Multipurpose Transport/Boarding Craft The Trighton Class is an Assault Transport, equipped with twin flak cannons, and four 30mm cannons around the cockpit. The Trighton is crewed by merely ten men, however, its massive cargo hold can support up to 100 men and there gear, with moderate ease. The men/cargo are unloaded via two large hatches on the underside, and the troops can be dropped off in minutes. The ship is capable of a magnetizing its lower hull and attaching to spacecraft. Surrounding its hatches are high speed thermite welders, capable of slicing through a hull in moments, allowing for boarding operations, regardless if the enemy has a hanger or not. The ship is also used for troop transportation on the battle field, and provides fire support from above.


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