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The Canadian Tundra
17-06-2004, 19:50
OOC: Sorry for the lack of pictures, I didn't want to force people with 56k to wait for em, and I didn't want to go out and get all the links for 'em. There are large amounts of everything, as the Tundra had a large military before. Some of the relatively newer equipment is being retained until larger numbers of the new equipment is available.

After decades of zero procurement, and budget cuts, the Tundric military is being reborn. All equipment is to be replaced, and the budget will now be set at what it should be. The old president, Kelvin Verian, has died, and now his son, Julius Verian, has been sworn in, and announced the new plans for the military, and also announced that the Tundra would make an active role in the international community, although how, he would't specify.

As part of the new plan, Tundric Armaments Inc. would be recreated, the old factories reopened, and all old stockpiled equipment would be sold off. This includes everything from the A-7 rifle, to the Dominance class of battleships, although naval vessels won't be available until a new set of warships is procured, more than likely, a new trimaran fleet will be bought off Doujin, or, a new set of ships will be developed, based upon Doujin trimarans.

As for now, all ground and air units are available for sale.

Infantry Weapons

A-7 Assault rifle:

When the Canadian Tundra's military was being formed, it found itself in desperate need of weapons and equipment. Not one to depend on foreign nations for its most simple of military needs, the various corporations of The Canadian Tundra, under direction of president Ethran Verian, commissioned a new series of infantry weapons and equipment. When The Canadian Tundra moved to the Arctic Islands, the nation's various defense contractors, now merged together as one corporate body, Tundric Armaments Incorporated, decided to designate their new weapons as the Arctic series.

The first weapon to be commisioned for the TDF (Tundric Defense Forces) was the A-7 assault rifle. The A-7 is the Tundra's adaptation of Canada's C-7 rifle (which is in turn, is their adaptation of the american M-16). The new A-7 makes use of the latest technologies available, light-weight materials, enhanced rifling techniques for better accuracy and range, and also, an enlarged magazine.

The new rifle soon saw widespread deployment among the TDF, and soon production reached the level where exports were possible. The A-7 export is the same as the standard TDF A-7, but without the engraved arctic wolf on the butt of the gun. The A-7 also includes several options, such as the A203 grenade launcher, the removal of the carrying handle in favour of an optical sight, and an underslung shotgun.

Cartridge: 5.56mm x 45mm NATO
Rate of Fire: cyclic, 700 to 980 rounds per minute
Magazine: 45 rounds

Weight: empty - 3 kg, full - 3.6 kg (not including A203 grenade launcher)
Length: normal butt, 1.0 m
Barrel Length: 530
Operation: direct gas operated, air cooled, magazine fed
Range: 500 m
cost: $500 USD

A-8 assault carbine:

With the purchase of a full armored division off of Clan Smoke Jaguar, The Canadian Tundra found itself in need of a more compact version of the A-7 to outfit their armour crews with. Tundric armaments incorporated went to work on a new version of the C-8 assault carbine.

Designated the A-8, this new rifle once again uses updated technologies and production techniques to increase its capabilities while retaining as low a cost as possible. The rifle soon saw widespread deployment not only among armour crews, but also among the crew of the Tigerclaw, and aircraft pilots.

Cartridge: 5.56mm x 45mm
Rate of Fire: cyclic, 700 to 960 rds/min

Weight: empty, 2.5kg., full 3kg.
Length: butt closed, 720mm, butt extended, 800mm
Barrel length: 400
Operation: direct gas, selective fire
Feed: 45-round detachable magazine
Range: 450 m
cost: $450 USD

A-6 Light Machine gun:

Another weapon in the Arctic series, this one is a light machine gun, basedo on the Canadian C-9 light machine gun. Again, newer technologies have been applied to bring it in line with the current times, an upgraded rate of fire, an additional 100 meters of effective range. Ammunition is the popular 5.56 NATO round, although we only sell 300 round boxes with a belt feed.

Cartridge: 5.56 x 45mm NATO
Rate of Fire: cyclic, 800-1,100 rds/min

Operation: gas operated
Mode of fire: automatic only
Feed: belt or magazine
Weight: 6.75 kg
Length: 1.00 m
Barrel: 0.50 m
Rate of Fire: cyclic, 800-1,100 rounds per minute
Effective Range: 700 m
cost: $1500 USD

Tundric Browning 9-mm Pistol:

This weapon is based on the Canadian Browning 9-mm pistol. Again, it is manufactured using light materials, and is also slightly smaller. Its capabilities are slightly increased to make for an all around better weapon, and the magazine size (and pistol grip) have been enlarged for a 15 round standard magazine.

This weapon is mass produced at several facilities throughout the Tundra, and is the standard issue sidearm of the TDF and the Canadian Tundra's police forces. Corporate security, rent a cops, and even registered civilians also make use of this pistol. This widespread use of the weapon allows for a cheaper cost to do the sheer numbers being produced.

Cartridge: 9mm x 19mm
Weight: 0.75 kg (with empty magazine)
Length: 18 cm
Barrel length: 12 cm
Operation: recoil operated, semi-automatic
Feed: 15-round detachable magazine
Sights: Rear - fixed square notch, Front - tapered post
Sight Radius: 159mm
Muzzle Velocity: 400 m/s
Effective Range: 50-60 meters
Cost: $125 USD

A-3 Sniper rifle:

With the formation of the 9000+ infantry strong Winter's Warriors division, and the 15 000+ strong 2nd Arctic infantry, the Canadian Tundra found itself in desperate need of support weapons, anti-tank rockets, machine guns, SAWs, and sniper rifles.

Tundric Armaments soon redesigned, and put into production the A-3 sniper rifle, the Tundra's adaptation of the Canadian C3A1. As with other weapons, this rifle was built using cheap manufacturing methods, and fields extended range, a more powerful sight, and an enlarged magazine while also featuring a reduced weight.

Ammunition: 7.62mm x 51mm NATO Match Ball
Magazine Capacity: 10 rounds

Weight: 7 kg
Barrel Weight: 1.75 kg
Sight: Unertl telescopic, 15 power, magnesium fluoride coated lenses
Sight Weight: 0.8 kg
Sight Length: 31.75 cm
Eye Relief: 75 mm
range: 400 m at night, 900 m during the day
cost: $950 USD

Arctic .50 Sniper:

This potent sniper rifle is based upon the Canadian Long Range Sniper Weapon, or LRSW for short. It is made of lighter materials, and its overall size has been produced, while, with the other weapons developed by The Canadian Tundra, it fields increased accuracy and, in keeping with tradition, an enlarged magazine.

Ammunition: Amax .50 cal match ball ammunition
Calibre: .50 cal
Magazine Capacity: 5 rounds

Weight: 11 kg
Length: 140 cm
Barrel Weight: 4.3 kg
Barrel Length: 70 cm
Scope Magnification: 20 power
Stock: Two-piece fibreglass with detachable butt stock and bipod stud
Operation: Bolt action, magazine fed
range: up to 2000 m
cost: $1200 USD

A-13 Fragmentation Grenade:

The A-13 is the standard grenade of the Tundric Defense Forces, it is an upgraded C-13 grenade with an additional 65 grams of explosive.

Filling: 250 g Comp B Explosive (Rdx / TNT)

Length: max, 92 mm
Diameter: 65 mm
Weight: 400 g
Body: pre-fragmented steel
Lethal Radius: 18 m
Casualty Radius: 22 m
Delay Time: 4-5 sec
cost: $35 USD

"Devastator" Anti-armour missile launcher:

Based on the potent Eryx missile launcher deployed by the Canadian Armed forces, the Devastator is a more powerful, though larger and heavier, version with increased range and damage capabilities. Sadly, due to the increased bulkiness of the round, the firing rate has been reduced to only 4 rounds a minute. It still fields all the equipment of the Eryx, although this version can only be fired from a tripod, and cannot be shoulder mounted like the Eryx.

Missiles: Eryx tandem warhead HEAT
Propulsion: 2 stage, solid propellant rocket motor
Penetration: ERA + 1000 millimetres of armour
Rate of fire: 4 rounds in two minutes

Length: 1.45 metres (missile in case)
Range: 50 to 750 metres
Crew: 2 (gunner and loader)
Cost: $7,500 USD

A203 Grenade Launcher:

This 40mm grenade launcher is based on the M203, it is built using the latest manufacturing method at advanced factories, add to the fact that it is mass produced at a constant rate, it makes for a slightly cheaper alternative to the M203. OOC: Sorry, can't find stats on 40 mm grenades
range: 450 meters
cost: $175 USD

60mm Mortar:

The 60mm-mortar is an indirect fire support weapon used primarily by the infantry. The weapon is fielded in two configurations, the handheld version using the M1 base plate and the more accurate version with the A5 mount consisting of a base plate, bipod and C2A1 sight. A two person mortar crew can carry the weapon and several rounds of ammunition over long distances. Additional ammunition is normally carried in a vehicle or by the remainder of the infantry platoon. A tactical advantage of the mortar is its high trajectory, which allows the mortar to be fired from behind high cover, the suppression of targets behind high cover and the firing of the mortar over the heads of friendly troops without endangering them.

The weapon can fire 30 rounds per minute for short periods and 8 rounds per minute for sustained periods. In the handheld configuration it can be used against targets between 100 and 1500 metres away, the A5 mount extends this range to 2800 metres. The mortar can fire a variety of ammunition including high explosive (HE) rounds that produce a large number of lethal fragments, white and red phosphorus smoke rounds for making smoke screens and illumination rounds to light up the battlefield at night.

In the handheld configuration the mortar consists of a barrel, a base cap and a firing mechanism. These three parts are normally assembled into single unit. The mortar is loaded by dropping a round into the muzzle. The firing mechanism can be set to fire the round as soon as it reaches the bottom of the barrel or set to fire when operated by the soldier similar to a rifle trigger.

OOC: I was really lazy and simply took the text of the CAF site, i'll edit it with my own later

Calibre: 60mm
Ammunition: High Explosive (HE), White or Red Phosphorus (WP/RP), Illumination
Rate of Fire: Normal - 8 per minute, Maximum - 30 rounds per minute

Weight: Handheld configuration 7kg, A5 base plate configuration 20 kg
Length: 726mm in handheld configuration
Range: Handheld configuration 100 to 1500m, A5 base plate configuration 100 to 2800m
cost: $4500

Ammo: All clips come with full loads of ammo (obviously lol)

45 round 5.56mmx 45mm NATO standard magazine:

These magazines are the standard used by the A-7 and A-8 rifles. They are loaded with 45 rounds of 5.56mmx 45mm NATO standard rounds. They can be easily and quickly be refilled with bullets and can also be fitted into other rifles that use 5.56mm NATO standard rounds, such as the C-7 and M16.

weight: 0.5 kg when with a full 45 round load
cost: $25 USD

15 round 9mm pistol clip:

Designed for use with the Tundric Browning pistol, these clips are fairly similar to the 45 round magazine, just smaller and with a different type of round. It can be easily used on other 9mm pistols, such as berettas, standard brownings and the such.

weight: 0.2 kg
cost: $10 USD


Badger Engineering vehicle:

The Badger armoured engineering vehicle is designed to provide engineer support to the Tundric Defense Forces. It is capable of performing a wide range of tasks under battlefield conditions including dozing, ripping, excavating, craning, grappling, welding, cutting, winching, and towing.

The Badger EV is capable of dozing 270 cubic meters per hour with a maximum dozing speed of 8 km/h. The dozer blade is equipped with two ripper teeth that are used when backing up. The vehicle is also capable of excavating up to 200 cubic meters per hour when fitted with a 2 meter wide bucket. It can also be fitted with a smaller 1 meter-wide bucket with a capacity of 1 cubic meters.

The EV is capable of operating in a crane mode with a maximum lifting capacity of 8 tonnes. The excavator arm can be fitted with two grappling teeth for picking up large objects. The Badger is also equipped with an electric welding and cutting unit and a CAPSTAN winch. The winch as a pulling capacity of 40 tonnes and a cable length of 100 meters.

The Badger is capable of carrying and deploying the class 60 Track Way (portable road sections) as well as fascine (a large bundle of tubes used to fill in anti-tank ditches, creating a crossing site). The class 60 Track Way is carried on the dozer blade and is deployed by the winch. The fascine is carried on the back deck and is placed using the excavator arm with the grappling teeth.

The EV is powered by a V-12, twin super charged, 900 horsepower, multi-fuelled engine. It is equipped with an NBCD system that provides protection against nuclear, biological, and chemical agents. It is also equipped with eight smoke / HE grenade dischargers.

It is an upgraded version of the Canadian Badger, with superior capabilities and an enlarged engine.

C6 - 7.62-mm machine gun (coax)
C6 - 7.62-mm machine gun (external mount)
76-mm grenade launcher (2 clusters of 4 launchers)

Length: 8.8 m
Width: 3.25 m
Height: 2.57 m
Weight: 41, 750 kg
Dozing Capacity: 300 m3/h
Excavating Capacity: 200 m3/h
Crew: 2-4
Engine: Multi-fuel engine, 12 cylinders, 900 hp
Max Speed: 70 km/h
cost: $550,000 USD (ooc: i have no idea what these things cost, so if any of you know, i would greatly appreciate the info)

Beaver bridge layer:

The beaver, like the Badger, is based on the original Canadian version, but has been upgraded and makes use of more advanced manufacturing techniques for cheaper costs. The Beaver comes equipped with ample armor, and two banks of four grenade launchers. The Beaver is capable of laying a 30 meter bridge over various natural and man-made obstacles. The bridge can support vehicles of up to 75 tonnes.

Length: 12 m (with bridge)
Width: 4.2 m (with bridge)
Height: 3.6 m (with bridge)
Weight: 47, 500 kg (with bridge)
Bridge Length: 30.0 m
Bridge Width: 4.0 m
Width of Bridge Lane: 2 m
Class of Bridge: 75 tonne
Crew: 2-3
Engine: Multi-fuel engine, 12 cylinders, 900 hp
Max Speed: 70 km/h
cost: $500,000 USD (again, i have no idea of the RL cost)

Spartan MBT:

This main battle tank is, surprisingly, not based upon a canadian design. Instead, it is loosely based upon the Iron Cheetah MBT export which the Tundra acquired from Clan Smoke Jaguar in an armored division package. The chassis was redesigned, and the weapons replaced with similiar models produced in the tundra. All of the equipment mounted on the tank is the most advanced available to the Tundra, such as the new higher-efficiency engines. The tank's primary weapon is the 120mm cannon, while a .50 caliber machine on a 360 degree 'slider' mount allows for effective anti-infantry firepower. 2 banks of four grenade launchers are used to setup smoke screens, provide illumination at night for supporting forces, or are equipped with fragmentation grenades. Also included are a pair of twin devastator launchers redesigned for use on vehicles. These missile packs are excellent for taking care of enemy armour when up close and the main gun is either reloading or empty. Only limited numbers are available for export. It includes full NBC protection.

Crew: 4 + 4
Combat Weight: 65,000 kg
Max Speed: 64 km/h
Max Range: 600 km
1x120mm smoothbore
1x .50 caliber machine gun on top of the turret
1x7.62mm on a coaxial mount
2 banks of 4 76mm grenade launchers, can be equipped with varying types of grenades
2 twin-devastator launchers with 4 extra missiles per launcher
Cost: $3 million

Phalanx MBT:

The Phalanx MBT is the newest MBT designed for the TDF, it was built using new ideas and some commanders have scoffed at it stating it isn't even an MBT. While whether or not it is an MBT is debatable, but Tundric Armaments Inc. has designated it as such anyways. It is designed with a variety of roles in mind, from backing up assaults to shooting down air units to acting as a command unit for an assault.

The Phalanx, rather than packing a large caliber cannon, instead makes use of a newly developed 55 millimeter chain gun with a large load of ammo. The tank also packs on a pair of improved Devastor launchers, and four missile tubes carrying the same missiles used on the ADATS, however, afterwards, this was found to be to expensive and bulky, and it has since been replaced with twin stinger packs instead, some deployed by the TDF still use the ADATS missiles however. To provide anti-infantry firepower not one, but two .50 caliber machine guns are mounted, one on a coaxial mount, and one on a 'slider' mount for 360 degree firepower. There is an advanced communication system on board, an a variety of sensing equipment for detecting and targeting anything from humvees to fighters.

A newly developed, and fairly sophisticated IFF system with a database of all vehicles and markings known to the Tundra allow the computer to automatically identify enemy units as a friendly, enemy, or unknown, with an optional neutral setting that can be customized by technicians or the tank crew themselves. This system also allows gives the crew a technical readout (using radar signature and its database's stat listings) on the unit before it is even in visual range. However, these readouts may not be completely accurate when acquired from a distance, and all crews are advised to not rely on them until they are acquired from within visual range, as the computer can identify the units far more accurately from the closer range. While the TDF is reluctant to sell Phalanxes with this system, it is willing to do so for a cost.

Crew: 4, with space for a unit commander to utilize as a command system
Combat weight: 55,000 kg
Max speed: 78 km/h
Max range: 650 km
1x 55 mm chain gun
1x .50 cal on 'slider' mount
1x .50 cal on coax mount
2x Stinger missile packs (original Tundric ones fielded four ADATS missiles)
2x forward mounted modified Devastator launchers (mounts can be moved with in a 90 degree arc)
Cost: $3 million, $3.5 million with IFF system installed

Vanguard Air Defence System (Export version)

The Vanguard Air Defense System was commisioned soon after the Tundra purchased several Vanguard CIWS' off of Remiesia, along with the production rights. The CIWS was fitted onto a modified M113A2 chassis, and thus was born the Vanguard CIWS. This system, along with the ADATS and a handful of Cougar ADS' form the backbone of the TDF's ground based air defence capabilities.

So far, the Vanguard has served in both the Bigtopian and Hattian conflicts, performing excellently against Nanakaland and Hattian air forces and missiles. The reason for this unit's success is not only its ability to shoot down air units, but also its ability to shoot down incoming missiles and bombs. This ability has saved more than one Tundric unit from otherwise certain destruction.

The export version of the Vanguard ADS has been refitted with 25mm cannons instead of the normal 30s. This has been done due to the fact that the Tundra is not fully willing to sell off some of its best military equipment. NOTE: Stats for the vanguard are found here: Vanguard stats

Crew: 3 (Driver, Commander, System operator)
Weight: 18 t
Speed: 55 km/h
Range: 400 km
Armament: 1x Vanguard (refitted with 25mm cannons)
Cost: $1.5million USD


A-32 Arctic Wasp fighter:

The A-32 serves as the primary fighter of the Tundric Defense forces, and bears a significant physical resemblance to the F-18. It is capable of serving in a number of roles such as air superiority, reconaissance, anti-ship strike, and tactical strike. It was designed in the earlier days of the Tundra, but it is stil an excellent fighter, although it may soon be replaced with the development of the A-18 Arctic hornet and the A-35 variable geometry fighter currently being researched.

Development of the A-32 took around 2 years, in which Tundric Armaments Incorporated along with a number of other corporations to develop the craft, the engines, the electronics systems, and the other equipment such as the electronic counter measures, the radar system, and a variety of other avionics.

The A-32 packs 9 external hardpoints, a variety of sensing and targeting equipment to find and target enemy units, and has a maximum take off weight of about 25.5 tons. It can pack on 7.5 tons of disposable stores, which in the normal patrol role which it is often deployed in the Arctic Islands region as, consists of 3 fuel tanks, and 4 air to air missiles, and two anti ship missiles. One of the few drawbacks of the design which many of the TDF complain is that its speed is somewhat lacking, although several fighters, designated the A-32S have slightly enlarged airframes, superior engines, and slightly improved payload. Two other versions based on the normal A-32 exist, the A-32T which is a two seat trainer version, and the A-32B which has been slightly reworked armament for superior air to ground capabilities.

In order to serve in its variety of roles, the A-32 has folding wings for easy storage and can take off and land on both carriers and airfields.

Note: All stats are those of the standard A-32, the other versions are more or less the same except for the A-32S which can go up to mach 2.1, and has a paylod of 8,000 kilograms. The Canadian Tundra recently decided to open up the A-32 for limited export by opening a small stockpile, and having factories ready to manufacture more in case of a large order.

Specification: Tundric Armaments Inc. A-32 Arctic Wasp, A-32S, A-32T, and A-32B
Origin: The Canadian Tundra
Type: General purpose fighter
Powerplant: Two Tundric Armaments Inc. type 300 turbofans
Performance: Maximum speed just over mach 1.6 at 12,000 meters, combat ceiling about 15,000 meters, combat radius roughly 1,000 km in the standard loadout
Weights: Empty 11,000 kilograms. Maximum take-off 25,560 kilograms
Dimensions: Span 11.5 m; length 17.25 m; height 4.6 m; wing area 37.25 square meters
Armament: Twin 20 mm single barreled cannons monuted on the nose a little in front of the cockpit with 350 rounds per cannon. Up to 7,800 kilograms of disposable stores ranging from AAM, ASMs, anti-ship missiles, free-fall or guided bombs, cluster bombs, dispenser weapons, napalm tanks, rocket launchers, drop tanks, and ECM pods and nine external hardpoints (two wingtip, 1 under the fuselage, 3 under each wing)
Cost: A-32 - $14 million
A-32S - $16.5 million
A-32T - $15 million
A-32B - $14 million

A-51 Attack chopper:

The A-51 was the first helicopter slated for mass production and mass deployment by the Tundric Defense Forces. It served valiantly during the Bigtopian campaign, and was deployed by every division of the Tundric Defense Forces at one point. However, it soon became obvious that the A-51 fleet was starting to get on in its years, and as the choppers got older, they required more maintenace, so a replacement was found to be neccessary, and Tundric Armaments went to work on the A-52, based on the AH-64 Apache.

The A-52 is slowly replacing the A-51 as the standard attack chopper, starting with the replacement of the oldest A-51s. However, the A-51 is still an excellent chopper, and several overhauls have turned it into a virtually new chopper, and the old age maintenance problems can be solved by replacing them with newly built choppers, or performing major overhauls, which greatly extends their lifespan.

The A-51 has looks similiar to the Mil Mi-28 Havoc, but its front is considerably different, and as many A-51 crews have stated, 'a hell of a lot prettier'. Overall the A-51 is a fairly good chopper, with a lot of armour protection for its size, however, its payload is lacking somewhat compared to more commonly deployed helicopters such as the Apache.

The A-51 was built with a fuselage structure capable of withstand fire from up to 23 mm weapons, just like the Apache, its primary rotor has 5 blades, and its tail rotor is similiar to that of the Apache's. Its armament consists of a single small turret just under the chopper's front which packs a pair of 25 millimeter chain guns each with 400 rounds for a total of 800. Its pair of small wings can carry the 30 rocket Arctic storm 70 millimeter rock pack, a variety of anti-tank missiles, 20 millimeter guns, or in some cases, have been equipped with AAMs. The two most common loadouts used by the Tundric Defense Forces are a pair of Arctic storm rocket packs, and 4 anti-tank missiles on the wingtips. The second loadout is a pair of Arctic Storm rocket packs, and a pair of 20 millimeter guns mounted on the wingtips.

Origin: The Canadian Tundra
Type: Anti-armour, battlefield support helicopter
Powerplant: Two Tundric Armaments Inc. Type 200 turboshafts
Performance: Maximum speed, 320 Km/h; initial vertical climb 800 meters per minute; service ceiling 6500 meters; maximum range 500 km with internal fuel
Weights: Empty 4355 kilograms, Maximum take off 9000 kiograms
Dimensions: Main rotor diamter 14 meters; length, rotors turning 17 meters; height overall 4.8 meters
Armaments: One turret mounted under the front packing twin 25 millimeter cannons with 400 rounds per cannon; two underwing, and two wingtip hardpoints for a variety of anti-tank missiles, rocket packs, 20 mm guns, or with slight modifications, AAMs.
Cost: $3 million


MBS (Mortar Bombardment System):

This unusual artillery system was developed based upon the american MLRS chassis. A group of infantrymen and technicians at one of the Tundra's armories felt that they could put together a new, and rather devastating artillery system using large numbers of mortars. They stripped off the turret off one of the handful of MLRS' possessed by the TDF, then spent a month on a brand new turret and turret assembly which includes a large ammo magazine, autoloader, and other assorted equipment. The turret is loaded with an impressive 30 81 mm mortar tubes, the tubes are all connected to the autoloader allowing for a sustain 10 volleys a minute. However, despite this system's impressive ability to throw out vast amounts of mortar fire, especially when used in lance or company sized formations, it is a logisitics' nightmare, and often requires large numbers of munitions vehicles to keep it well supplied.

Upon seeing a display of the system's capabilities, president Ethran Verian immediately ordered Tundric Armaments to being full scale production to outfit TDF artillery forces with this new system. The MBS soon saw action in the Hattian conflict, where in both Hattia and Chochezkoo, it wreaked hellish destruction upon enemy formations.

Crew: 4
Combat Weight: 25,000 kgs
Speed: 75 kph
30x 81mm mortars
Cost: $1.25 million USD