Just when you thought your troops were getting helplessly slaughtered by the impenetrable armor of the enemy, in comes the A-76 to save the day.
About this creation
Short, stubby, and slightly ugly, the Messenger is a highly technological and impressive heavy weapons platform used as an infantry support aircraft.
The wings are fully articulated with integrated computer control to keep them level.
A-76's weapons package: One heavy ion pulse cannon, two uranium projectile cannons, two high-velocity rail guns.
The forward stabilizer engines; two (verticle) for upward thrust to support the heavy forward section. Two (horizontal) to aid in forward propulsion.
Two large turbine engines provide the majority of forward propulsion. The Messenger is unable to exceed the speed of sound, for the simple reason that it doesn't have to.
The cockpit, showing the extensive tracking and targeting systems of the A-76.
Completely deprived of anti-aircraft weaponry, the A-76 relies on interceptors to watch its back.
These massive turbines provide the lift for the Messenger, slight slanting of the wings forward and backward adds significant propulsion in that direction. These engines allow the Messenger to hover indefinitely over the battlefield.