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PostSubject: MiG-29 Lastochka   Mon Mar 04, 2013 9:09 am


Name: MiG-29 Lastochka (Ласточка; "Swallow")
Type: Kolichestvo
Armor Appearance:

Height: 3.96 m
Weight: 1.84 tonnes
OS Name: KD-33
Design Features: Some aspects of its design are drawn from its comrade craft, the Su-27; shoulder blade vanes and arm blades installed with motorized chainsaw blades are part of the MiG-29's high-mobility-centric melee armament, replacing the knives used in earlier MiG models. The MiG-29 has its own surprise; chainsaw blades have been installed in its legs, allowing the MiG-29 to easily cut down enemies in close combat utilizing all four of its limbs. Its small size has seen the MiG-29 deployed to quell insurgents, expecially in urban conditions. To aid its mission, the Lastochka is equipped with an active protection system that can be used to defeat anti-armor munitions, guided or unguided. Coupled with its combat-grade radar system, this grants the MiG-29 excellent protection in support operations.

Б-87 Mount Pylons: The Mount Pylon is a secondary-arm attachment for Mechi that allows any machine equipped with it to carry an additional weapon or piece of equipment into battle. With the aid of automatic control, the Mount Pylon can become a third and/or fourth arm with which the Mechi can fight with, albeit not to the full effectiveness of the Mechi's main arms. The Mount Pylon, like the limbs of a Mechi , uses a combination of carbonic actuator and mechanical joint systems, and as such essentials like its deployment speed is dependent on the power supply and operating capabilities of the Mechi it is equipped on. In combat, they allow for a Mechi to set down firing arcs in all directions, and are important for the usage of Gun Sweeper tactics. They can also be used to by a Mechi to rearm from a Supply Container without distraction. The hardpoints for Mount Pylons can be used to carry other equipment, like drop tanks.

The Б-87 is specially designed to pass any equipped weapon over the Mechi's shoulders. While most systems pass Assault Cannons under the Mechi's arms, the Б-87 uses an overhead pass similar to how other Mount Pylons pass a Melee Halberd; given the nature of the melee capabilities of Mechi, such a method is safer and less obstructive for the Mechi. The system is comparatively easier to maintain than other Mount Pylon systems.

SE137-MIG-360 Jump Unit: The Jump Unit is a hybrid propulsion engine that uses both fuel-burning jet engines and chemical rocket propulsion methods to produce thrust. As one of the core equipment sets of a Mech, the advantages that a Jump Unit-equipped Mechi has are near-limitless. Using rocket propulsion allows the Jump Unit to quickly produce thrust without waiting for the jet engine to "warm up"; the jet engine components of the Jump Unit allow the Tactical Surface Fighter to sustain thrust for a longer time with greater fuel efficiency. The Jump Unit, in actuality, refers to the twin booster components that are (usually) attached to the Mechi's rear; depending on model, either to the waist block or the rear upper thigh. Most Jump Units are similar in function to each other in that all contain an engine, are built with stabilizing surfaces, and can be purged in the event of an emergency, although some Jump Units have other functions that are unique to their model.

Wire Cutter: A Northern design aspect originating from the MiG-21 and closely related to Blade Edge Armor, the wire cutter is a piece of material designed to prevent damage to a Mechi's main optics by either blocking contact from a hard object or cutting through softer impediments, and is usually integrated into the design of the Mechi's head unit itself. In modern times, the wire cutter has also been installed on the Su-series of Mechi; given the smooth frontal head design of Sufoni's Mechi, the wire cutter often creates the mistaken appearance of two narrowed, human-like eyes.

Fixed Armaments:
Blade Motors: Perhaps the most iconic weapon of the Soviets, the blade motor is a mounted melee weapon used by the MiG-29 and the Su-series of Smerti. Essentially chainsaw systems mounted on arm or leg mountings, usage requires the Smerti to stay with a target until it cuts through, requiring the target to either be softened up, the user to be brutal and overpowering in close-combat tactics, or relegating the blade motor for use on smaller targets that can be easily cut through. The effectiveness of the weapon is unquestioned, however, with numerous examples of Blade Motors blocking blows from a Melee Halberd in combat without damage. Maintanence of the weapon is simply done by replacing the entire set of linked blades on the chainsaw blades' belt. The version mounted on the legs of the MiG-29 and its variants are known as Large Blade Motors.
Spike Vanes: A fixed armament of Northern origin, the Spike Vanes are blades affixed to Northern Mechi, usually on their shoulder blocks. The edges of the Spike Vanes are sharpened to the point where a simple evasive maneuver will cause clean and deep cuts in Tsurugi armor, and combined with the high-maneuverability of Northern Mechi are devastating in close-range combat. Its only disadvantage is its short range and role as a defensive option, relegating the spike vane to a protective role in dismembering other Tsurugi that get too close.

Blade Edge Armor: Sharpened edges and/or components of Mechi armor built with special materials to withstand immense shock, blade edge armor components are directly integrated into the shape and frame of the Mechi itself. Derived from the Soviet-made spike vane, in combat they serve the same purpose of close-range defense during high-speed combat by cutting through any Tsurugi that attempt to pass a Mechi. The blade edge armor is a secondary weapons option, however, and should not be taken to have the same effectiveness of the Blade Motor in combat. Its use also results in degradation of its effectiveness, and maintenance of the blade edge armor is neither easy nor cheap.

Hand-held Armaments:
A-97 Assault Cannon: A specialized, high-calibur anti-armor cannon. The gun's weapons systems can be separated into two components; an RG-36 36mm chaingun makes up the bulk of the weapon, with a removable GG-120 120mm cannon attachment on the top front of the Assault Cannon. The weapon with all ammunition magazines loaded carries 2000 36mm chaingun rounds and 6 120mm cannon rounds, and has been proven to improve the maneuverability of Mechi by way of its design, which does not concentrate all of its weight on any single point. The A-97 uses a belt system for its ammunition, with 2000 rounds of 36mm layered together with multiple segments within a clip. To prevent jamming or empty feeding, a conveyer belt-type bullet feed is mounted on the top and bottom of the clip; power to operate this simple system is supplied by the A-97's own systems.

36mm Ammo Types:

  • 36mm high-velocity armor-piercing (HVAP)
    The standard 36mm round type, which is caseless and tipped with depleted uranium for greater piercing properties.

  • 36mm tracer
    A 36mm round that burns a pyrokinetic charge when fired, providing a light source for allied troops and as a guide for the firer to see where his/her aim is. An essential round type mixed with the standard 36mm HVAP, the 36mm tracer was used during the early years of the invasion to provide sight advantage for allied Mechi during night fighting; in modern times it is used more as a visual aid for ground troops.

120mm smoothbore cannon ammo:

  • 120mm canister shot
    A 120mm round that when fired spreads fragments at high velocities over a wider area, usually used to deal with clusters of opponents.

  • 120mm armor-piercing sabot-discarding fin-stabilized (APSDFS)
    A steel arrow/dart fitted with an external shell (sabot) that allows the dart to be fired out of a cannon barrel. Once in the air the sabot falls off to reveal a finned steel dart not unlike an arrow, with additional rocket propulsion to improve the dart's muzzle velocity. This round type is usually reserved for use against larger and more well-armored opponents.

  • 120mm high-explosive squash head (HESH)
    A 120mm round that does not focus on penetrating power, but instead uses the force from its explosion and impact on a surface to transmit the resulting shockwaves to whatever is on the other side, causing damage to soft and hard objects alike.

  • 120mm armor-piercing capped and balistically-capped high-explosive (APCBCHE)
    A 120mm round that deals damage by piercing a surface and detonating an explosive payload once within. While the round is rocket-boosted, its penetration power is does not match up to the 120mm APSDFS round, and the APCBCHE is usually reserved for less-armored large opponents.

History: Developed at around the same time as the Su-27, the MiG-29 is the culmination of the lessons learned from the previous MiG-23 and MiG-27. As part of a new generation of Soviet TSFs, the MiG-29 is intended to fulfill the role of a lightweight Smerti while fighting alongside the Su-27, which will cover more punishing roles that demand longer staying power in the battlefield. Its overall combat range is lacking, but the MiG-29 is cheaper to maintain.

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PostSubject: Re: MiG-29 Lastochka   Thu Mar 07, 2013 2:50 pm


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