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TS-TP-50D Terminator Police

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General and Technical Data

Model number: TS-TP-50D
Code name: Terminator Police
Unit type: unmanned terror striker super powered tracer
Manufacturer: Gradosian Empire
Operator: Gradosian Empire
Rollout: unknown
First deployment: unknown
Accommodation: none
Dimensions: overall height 9.76 meters
Weight: max gross 14.52 metric tons
Armor materials: unknown; thickness 125mm
Powerplant: fuel cell; engine output 198 PU
Propulsion: 18,200 kg; attitude control verniers: 4
Performance: maximum thruster acceleration 1.25 G
Equipment and design features: sensors, sensitivity -51.6 dB
Fixed armaments: anti-personnel laser, mounted in head; 2 x lasered gun, mounted on forearms
Optional hand armaments: none

Technical and Historical Notes

By 1999, the TS-TP-50D Terminator Police had become the face of the Gradosian occupation of Earth. The design for the Terminator Police was based on the TS-SG-50C Skull Gunner, another unmanned “terror striker” SPT used to slaughter the Moon’s population in 1996. Like the Skull Gunner, the Terminator Police used its anti-personnel laser to eliminate human-sized targets. The Terminator Police was typically used for crowd control in large population centers like New York City, or in operations to hunt down resistance fighters. In late 1999, Le Cain seized power by assassinating his father, Admiral Gresco. Afterward, he deployed a large number of Terminator Police and MF-GS-54C Gunstaid units to raze New York so that he could replace it with his ideal city.

Miscellaneous Information

First appearance: Blue Comet SPT Layzner
Original mechanical designer:
 Kunio Okawara

Lineart
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Lasered gun
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Director:
Ryosuke Takahashi

Writer(s):
Ryosuke Takahashi
Fuyunori Gobu
Yasushi Hirano
Tsunehisa Ito
Hiroyuki Hoshiyama
Endo Miego

Mechanical Designer:
Kunio Okawara

Character Designer:
Moriyasu Taniguchi

Musical Composer:
Hiroki Inui

Airdates:
Japan 10.03.1985 – 06.26.1986

Video Release (OVA):
Japan 08.21.1986 – 10.21.1986

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