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ARMD class (TV version)

 

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General and Technical Data

 

Class: ARMD
Ships of the line: ARMD-01, ARMD-02 ARMD-II, ARMD-03 Enterprise, ARMD-04, ARMD-05 Akagi, ARMD-06, ARMD-07 Ranger, ARMD-08, ARMD-01 ARMD-I (replacement ship), ARMD-02 ARMD-II (replacement ship)
Unit type:
space carrier
Manufacturer: OTEC Company
Operator: U.N. Spacy
First deployment: AD 2008
Dimensions: overall length 430.0 meters; overall width 220.0 meters
Weight: standard operating displacement 174,000.0 metric tons

Powerplant: 2 x OverTechnology advanced heat pile system cluster, power output rating unknown
Propulsion: 2 x OTMN-3T OverTechnology main nozzle cluster; many x vernier thruster; OverTechnology advanced gravity control system

Performance: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; super dimension navigation system
Fixed armaments: 5 x guided converging beam cannon system, mounted across vessel; 2 x large anti-celestial object/ship missile launcher, mounted on dorsal starboard and port; 6 x large guided anti-ship missile launcher, mounted across vessel; many x anti-aircraft missiles
Mecha/aircraft: 78 x SF-3A Lancer II; 270 x QF-3000E Ghost; many x VF-1 Valkyrie

 

Technical and Historical Notes

 

The ARMD class ships were space carriers constructed by OTEC Company for use by U.N. Spacy. The ARMD class implemented OverTechnology systems such as a gravity control system, reaction heat pile system and reaction weaponry. The ARMD ships were designed to carry many variable fighters and other spacecraft, such as the SF-3A Lancer II or QF-3000E Ghost. The ARMD’s weapons included multiple beam cannons and anti-ship and anti-aircraft missile launchers. During the opening battle of Space War I in February 2009, the Macross launched into space and attempted to dock with ARMD-01 and ARMD-02, but both carriers were destroyed in combat with the Zentradi. Six additional ARMD ships were constructed, and the original two were rebuilt and permanently docked with the refit Macross as of 2012. More than a decade later, the role of the ARMD class was inherited by the newer Guantanamo class stealth combat carrier.

 

Miscellaneous Information

 

Appearances: Super Dimension Fortress Macross (TV series); Super Dimension Fortress Macross (game)
Original mechanical designer: Kazutaka Miyatake

 

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