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M5A1 APC . My second build for Divide and Conquer II. Base of my Bradley design because I'm lazy. Please rate and comment. . M3A1 Specs: Top Speed: 58 MPH Weight: 17 Tons Armor: Composite of Carbon Steel, Kevlar, Titanium, ERA, and 2 low power anti-missile lasers. Primary Armament: Gau-9 40mm Gatling gun Secondary Armament: 2x Quad AT/AA/AP Missiles Power Plant: KRX145 plasma condenser Combat Range: 5,076 miles Crew: 3, 5 dismounts Great for AA and APC roles, M5s are small and lethal. The advanced armoring system saves weight, but provides great protection up to some smaller tank rounds. The Gau-9 can decimate infantry, buildings, APCs, aircraft, and small ships at ranges exceeding 3,000 yards. The ERA on the M5 it tri-layered, meaning, once the first layer is used, another slides forward to take its place, granting the M5 very high survivability. The rear is armored just as much as any other part of the M5 for urban combat as well as guerrilla warfare. Proof of dismounts. Thanks for viewing, please rate and comment.


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