Heng-O Type 22 class Destroyer

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Heng-O Type 22 class Destroyer
Type: DD Destroyer
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Cargo 22.5 Tons
Cost MCr6,653.838  in quantity=5,323.07
Crew 112 with 31 marines
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Hardpoints 60
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Jump J-1
Maneuver 6 G
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Origin Mercantile Concord
Passengers 0 High/Med 56 Low
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Size 6,000 Tons
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Tech Level TL–10
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In Service: 4

Built at the orbital shipyards of Heng-o (world) for the Mercantile Concord and Principality of Souris, this vessel is designed to carry out a variety of roles, and can deploy and recover a small platoon of marines. It carries a low watch to replace casualties or to carry more troops. There is a redundant model 4 fib computer adjacent to the bridge. The hull is a streamlined needle/wedge equipped with scoops and purification for ocean refueling. For defense there is armor over critical systems, a battery of ten triple sand caster turrets, and a low powered repulsor bay. For offense there is a battery of ten triple beam laser turrets, a particle accelerator bay, a large missile bay, and ten dual plasma gun turrets. The plasma guns are arrayed to defeat point defense threats from numerous missile and fighter strikes. The ship has 6G acceleration with 4 agility. The strategic jump range is limited by the TL–10 drives available. The ship can carry enough fuel for two jumps without refueling.

Yards on Fu Hsi (world), Chou (world), and Ju-i (world) also manufacture this ship at a low rate.

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