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Hussar LAV
The Hussar is a completely unmanned and heavily armed light attack vehicle, named after the infamous, deadly Prussian light cavalry of the 1700s and early 1800s.
About this creation


MANUFACTURER: Prussian Army/Königsberg Computers

POWERPLANT: hydrogen fuel cell cycler

MAXIMUM SPEED: 50mph

CREW: none

SYSTEMS: wireless remote-controlling system, laser guidance systems

ARMAMENT: six laser guided missiles OR six armor-piercing 'fire-and-forget' missiles, one .30cal minigun

ARMOR: angular steel plate


Deployed in fairly large numbers at a high speed, these cheap, expendable unmanned vehicles are designed to devastate masses of armored vehicles with their six armor-piercing missiles.

Wirelessly controlled from remote operators miles away in safe, friendly territory, these little devastators are considered completely expendable. Due to the superiority of Prusso-Egyptian technology, computers as simple as thes(although they are not quite simple) are cheap, and so are the rest of the parts of the vehicle.

At most, two hits from these missiles can knock out an enemy main battle tank or infantry fighting vehicle. They can be made to 'fire-and-forget,' or they can be made to be laser guided for easier production. The minigun is for eliminating threatening infantry.

Reference for other builders.

PLEASE COMMENT!

Thank you!



Comments

 I like it 
  September 30, 2010
Not, bad, other than the few obvious mistakes, I really like this.
 I made it 
  October 28, 2009
Quoting Thomas N A great concept to be sure, but I'm giving you a 4 for the multi-coloredness. Nothing personal, I just think its worth the time and effort to coordinate colors on a MOC. Unless this is some crazy type of camouflage. But this still is a brilliant idea! ~T
The only thing I couldn't color coordinate right was the missiles, and that's because cones and engine nozzles are pretty rare by now in my collection.
 I made it 
  October 28, 2009
Quoting Cole Atelian Not bad. you are definetly getting better. Although it does seem a little tall for a unmanned vehicle. Just for appearences sake maybe trade the tall swivel piece for a flat one and maybe cut the missile load down to four so you can lower the profile even more. But other than that i think the basic design is great. I can't wait to see how this operates in prussia.
Thanks a lot, Cole! I think I'll make a second version like with the looks you described- I was thinking of using a flat turntable, but I thought that would mess with the way the missiles went on. It will work anyway, though- I can just add a a plate and the missiles will be fine. I'll call this version the 'light Hussar.'
 I like it 
  October 28, 2009
A great concept to be sure, but I'm giving you a 4 for the multi-coloredness. Nothing personal, I just think its worth the time and effort to coordinate colors on a MOC. Unless this is some crazy type of camouflage. But this still is a brilliant idea! ~T
 I like it 
  October 28, 2009
I like the concept of an unmanned tank killer, great job!
 I like it 
  October 28, 2009
A-ha! Devastate those who oppose you!
 I like it 
  October 28, 2009
I actually really do like its look! its a bit boxy, but hey, we all did that at one time! Nice work man!
 I like it 
  October 27, 2009
Not bad. you are definetly getting better. Although it does seem a little tall for a unmanned vehicle. Just for appearences sake maybe trade the tall swivel piece for a flat one and maybe cut the missile load down to four so you can lower the profile even more. But other than that i think the basic design is great. I can't wait to see how this operates in prussia.
 I made it 
  October 27, 2009
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous Not bad. However, 100mph is a bit steep for a remotely operated, even a autonomous, vehicle granted that at that speed radio waves would become choppy and controlling the drone would be quite a task. 35mph is what I'd set the maximum speed to. Still, you have a nice rack of missiles on there. All-in-all, this is a fair build.
Thanks! I guess I'm getting better!
 I like it 
  October 27, 2009
Not bad. However, 100mph is a bit steep for a remotely operated, even a autonomous, vehicle granted that at that speed radio waves would become choppy and controlling the drone would be quite a task. 35mph is what I'd set the maximum speed to. Still, you have a nice rack of missiles on there. All-in-all, this is a fair build.
 
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