Vanguard Sentinel

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A3G Vanguard Sentinel
ManufacturerAEGS
Production stateIn Concept
Maximum crew2
Cargo capacity0 SCU
Cost
Pledge cost265 USD
Specifications
Null-cargo mass40,000 kg
Length37 m
Beam39 m
Height8.8 m
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The Aegis Vanguard Sentinel is a ship that's designed to fight smart instead of taking enemies head on. The conversion features an AR cockpit, an external e-War pod, decoy missiles and a set of EMP charges. Vanguard Sentinels often provide necessary combat support for combined operations. A lone Sentinel assigned wild weasel tasks is frequently paired with Harbinger bombers and Warden escorts for large attack missions.[1]

Tactics

The Sentinel is intended as something of a ‘trickster’ ship, oriented towards causing confusion on the battlefield. From EMP pulses to command and control interference, the Vanguard Sentinel will support battlefield operations by making it all that much harder for opponents to stay in contact and have proper information.[2]

Model

Factory Specifications

Type Max Size Size Manufacturer Model Amount
Power Plant S2 S1 N/A K-5b Starwalk 1
Shields S2 N/A N/A INK-204 1
Cooling System N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Propulsion

Type Max Thrust Rating Thrust Rating Manufacturer Model Amount
Primary Thruster TR4 TR4 N/A D/S4-320 2
Maneuvering Thruster TR2 N/A N/A N/A 12

Weapon Hardpoints

Max Size Size Manufacturer Model Mount Position Amount
S2 N/A N/A 4x N/A Fixed N/A 4
S5 N/A N/A N/A Fixed N/A 1
S3 N/A N/A 4x N/A Pylon N/A 2
S2 N/A N/A N/A Manned Turret N/A 1

Additional Equipment

Type Max Size Size Manufacturer Model Amount
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

References