NCA Submarines Naval Pack . The NCA has busily been preparing its latest innovations in stealth naval warfare. We are proud to present the Phantom stealth submersible carrier, the Jericho missile submarine, and the newly redesigned Reaper missile command submarine. .
The Phantom stealth carrier is the NCAís latest hit-and-run weapon. It carries only a handful of retracting CIWS, ALDS,SAM turrets, and several torpedo tubes at multiple angles for its defense. In a fight, it would lose but this ship doesnít fight. This ship hides. The Phantom is a submersible carrier capable of carrying up to 100 small aircraft (such as the Python) or and helicopters or about 65-75 larger aircraft (Cobra, Spitfire, Thunderhawk).
The Phantom has two small runways on the sides that are good for taking off VSTOL aircraft and lighter carrier aircraft like our discontinued K-Harrier. It can also be used for taking off and landing helicopters. Other aircraft, like the Cobra, take off on the larger main runway and all planes land there.
You canít really see it but there is a drydock gate on the stern there for launching LCACs and other amphibious vehicles and boats.
Fourthwall: I really shouldíve recolored stuff for this pic. My show paint navy blue doesnít mix with black well.
The Jericho is the NCAís stealth missile sub. This project was conceived by the ODF council and was tasked to the NCAís Wavetech shipyards to build. The sub is licensed to all ODF nations. It packs 4 forward torpedo tubes and 6 lateral tubes. Plans were made to include 2 rearward tubes but the large props that let it peak at almost 50 knots underwater (it only cruises under 25 when trying to maintain stealth) prevent that.
The Jericho has 36 large missile silos that carry our new SDBMs and SDLCMs. These tubes can be swapped for clusters of 4 VLS tubes for any mission.
The SDBM, or Submersed Deployment Ballistic Missile, is our submarine based ICBM.
The SDLRCM, or Submersed Deployment Long Range Cruise Missile, is the variation of the LRCMs used on other NCA ships. The model on the right shows the engine encasements that house the compressed gas canisters that assist it up to the surface and out of the water as well as keeping the kicker charge (used to give both LRCMs and VLS missiles their signature dual mode flight) dry.
The Jericho has a 150mm railcharged coilgun for all around fire on the surface, not that it will use it frequently. Often times, fleet admirals will order the cannon compartment removed and more missiles placed there.
Railcharged coilgun for dummies: The railcharged coilgun is a normal coilgun copper wire wrapped barrel with 4 solid triangular copper wire wrapped iron bars in the corners, giving it its square shape. The entire assembly is wrapped again in copper wire and then placed in a sealed composite barrel casing. These weapons can fire at speeds over mach 8 while even high powered normal coilguns can only shoot at mach 6 max.
The Jericho does fire Hammerhead torpedoes from its tubes.
These are the two large counter-rotating props that give it its speed.
The NCA has heavily modified our Reaper sub to be at combat par. Now, it has been converted into a missile command sub, able to rain fire as well as serve as a command center for all the missile bombardment ops and provide targeting command and other things even when a sub group well away from a Defiance carrier. It carries 6 forward torpedo tubes for mid-range anti-ship warfare.
The Reaperís deck gun was removed as a command sub should never find itself on the battle line. It was replaced by 64 VLS tubes.
These tubes contain our SVLS (Subsurface Vertical Launching System) missiles. Like the cruise missiles, their engines are kept dry to protect the kick charge that is used for when they attack by skimming the water.
The rear missile silos are large tubes for SDBMs and SDLRCMs. It carries 36 of them as well.
The Reaper has 12 ragging torpedoes to mark enemy ships and subs with a GPS tracker that is satellite tracked and can operate for weeks.
These tagging torpedoes use magnets, pneumatic barbed spears, and explosive charges to attach to an enemy hull and insert a bullet sized tracker that pings once every 5 minutes for up to 3 weeks and 20,000 feet below the surface. It has a combat mode that can be activated and pings every 5 seconds but burns the battery. This is best used when tracking enemy subs in combat theaters.
The Reaperís rear has 5 smaller propellers to give it a top speed of just over 45 knots. Like the Jericho, it is powered by an onboard fusion reactor and slows down considerably to maintain stealthiness.
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