MS-14JG Gelgoog Jäger


Model number: MS-14JG
Code name: Gelgoog Jäger (aka Gelgoog-J)
Unit type: mass production general purpose mobile suit
Manufacturer: Zeonic Company
Operator: Principality of Zeon
First deployment: UC 0079
Accommodation: pilot only, in standard cockpit in torso
Dimensions: head height 19.2 meters
Weight: empty 40.5 metric tons; max gross 80.3 metric tons
Armor materials: titanium ceramic composite
Powerplant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor, output rated at 1,490 kW
Propulsion: rocket thrusters: 178,500 kg total (3 x 24,500 kg, 5 x 21,000 kg); vernier thrusters/apogee motors: 24
Performance: 180-degree turn time: 1.4 seconds; maximum ground running speed 192 km/h
Equipment and design features: sensors, range 6,300 meters; 2 x external propellant tanks, ejectable, mounted on backpack
Fixed armaments: 2 x beam spot gun, mounted in forearms; 2 x vulcan gun, mounted in head
Optional hand armaments: beam machine gun, powered by rechargeable energy cap

Late during the One Year War, the Principality of Zeon military launched its United Maintenance Plan to upgrade and improve existing mobile suit designs and to make its own manufacturing capabilities more streamlined by incorporating similar parts and systems in several different mobile suit lines. This plan also served to help mobile suit pilots easily make the transition from one type of mobile suit to another, as all of the suits produced under the United Maintenance Plan were similar to each other in terms of operation. One of the mobile suit types to be redesigned under this plan was the MS-14A Gelgoog, which only recently began production at Zeon’s A Baoa Qu asteroid base in December UC 0079. The new MS-14JG Gelgoog Jäger (or simply “Gelgoog-J”) was a serious step above anything else produced by Zeon at the time, incorporating more powerful rocket thrusters and additional verniers for added maneuverability. The increased thrust and fuel consumption was offset by a pair of large external propellant tanks mounted on the backpack. The Gelgoog Jäger also carried an improved and highly accurate beam machine gun, giving it the nickname “Gelgoog Sniper Type.” However, due to its late introduction into the war, only a handful of Gelgoog Jägers were produced, with some operating in skirmishes against the Earth Federation Forces stationed in the Side 6 area.

Pilot(s): Shin Matsunaga, Doug
First appearance: Mobile Suit Gundam 0080: War in the Pocket
Original mechanical designer: Yutaka Izubuchi


Beam machine gun


Beam spot gun


Rear view

Gundam 0080 Info

Fumihiko Takayama

Hiroyuki Yamaga

Mechanical Designer:
Yutaka Izubuchi

Character Designer:
Haruhiko Mikimoto

Musical Composer:
Tetsuro Kashibuchi

6 episodes

Video Release:
Japan 03.25.1989 – 08.25.1989
U.S. 02.19.2002 – 04.23.2002


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