The Allegiance Class Guided Missile Destroyer marks a new age of international cooperation, with both the Union of Federated Scandinavia and the Russian Federation contributing heavily to the design and technology of the class. The Allegiance is a conventional GMD designed to offer excellent anti air, submarine, and surface vessel capability. Her 70 Vertical launch tubes usually contain a mixture of SAMs and Cruise Missiles to round its capabilities out. The vessel is large enough to stow either a single large ASW helicopter, or two smaller ones. The vessel is one of only three vessels to use an advanced AEGIS-style battle management system. Three conventional CIWS are installed to give good all around, last ditch missile protection. Long range Anti-Missile capability comes from its multi-purpose SAMs. The Allegiance class is controversially nuclear-fueled, to give nearly unlimited endurance. Its radar is thoroughly modern, and capable of tracking up to 300 targets simultaneously, at a range of 345km. Overall, it should fit the role of modern fleet protector and interdiction vessel very well for both of the primary users.