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MBT-25 Cerberus
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The Cerberus Main battle tank is the newest and most advanced tracked armored vehicle in the AUDF's arsenal. The Cerberus is lighter and faster than most main battle tanks currently in service.
About this creation

The Cerberus features a new design and an automated turret system which is controlled by an A.I system similar to that of the archer UGV this also means that no person is needed to operate the turret. this also reduces the crew to only 2 people both of whom are located in the hull of the tank. the tank has multiple cameras and sensors to provide a 360 degree view of the tanks surroundings.
specifications:

weight: 51 tons
speed: 64 mph
armor: classified composite armor layers and E.R.A blocks
engine: advanced hybrid engine 1,900 hp
main armament: 155mm rapid fire gun(36 rounds)
secondary armament: roof mounted 12.7mm machine gun
countermeasures: x1 smoke dispersal unit, x4 internal smoke grenade launchers
defenses: x1 A.L.D.S emitter
crew: 2
operational range: 700 miles


The side of the turret has exposed E.R.A(explosive reactive armor) blocks while the rest of the tank has the E.R.A integrated into the hull itself.

The apparatus mounted at the back of the vehicle is a large smoke canister that can vent smoke continuously for almost 2 minutes. this can be used to provide cover for other vehicles or soldiers behind the tank. it can also be activated while the tank is moving. The armor of the tank is a made up of a new, strong, durable and highly classified composite material

The tank has a rapid fire 155mm gun for its main armament with 36 rounds stored in reserve. For its secondary armament it has a roof mounted remotely operated 12.7mm machine gun. for defense it has a high energy A.L.D.S emitter to shoot down incoming missiles and tank and artillery shells.

Thanks to Matthew Sylvan for help with the treads.

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Comments

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  February 23, 2014
Fantasic Build, Hey would you be interested in joining the contest group Fantasy 2014, it finishes till the end of the month, I know its not long but I'm sure you can build something by then, anyway heres the link http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/23591 and I hope you can join :)
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  February 15, 2014
very cool looking.. very clear and succesfuly design.. Bravo..
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  November 16, 2013
Quoting cyberfrank 2010 great tank, beautiful shapes, very clean!
thanks Cyberfrank!
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  November 13, 2013
Thanks for the mesurements, but for some reason i cant reply to you so i posted a new comment. Also, the tank i am developing is about the same size, 32 long, 18 wide 8 tall.
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  November 2, 2013
great tank, beautiful shapes, very clean!
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  November 2, 2013
Quoting Daniel Bozarth Excelent creation, is it possible i could get a length, width and height in studs, i am working on a tank and i want to see how it compares in size.
The length of the hull is 24 studs long. but counting the barrel it is 31 studs long. the height is 9 studs and the width is 14 studs.
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  November 1, 2013
Excelent creation, is it possible i could get a length, width and height in studs, i am working on a tank and i want to see how it compares in size.
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  November 1, 2013
Quoting jack kenyon Yes, Jesse is correct. For your age, you are a very talented builder. I have always respected your results from an evidently small pool of parts. Your creations may be small, but they have a lot of charm, and are much better quality than most. I didn't start making truly high quality models until I was almost 15, and I think you will be very good. Keep up the sweet work!
Thanks jack!
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  November 1, 2013
Yes, Jesse is correct. For your age, you are a very talented builder. I have always respected your results from an evidently small pool of parts. Your creations may be small, but they have a lot of charm, and are much better quality than most. I didn't start making truly high quality models until I was almost 15, and I think you will be very good. Keep up the sweet work!
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  November 1, 2013
Quoting Jesse Long
wow one of the longest comments I've ever received. thanks for the really helpful tips Jesse!
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  November 1, 2013
Quoting clayton Marchetti Awesome tank Navy! I really love the E.R.A. on the side of the turret. Very impressive looking MBT!
thanks clayton!
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  November 1, 2013
Awesome tank Navy! I really love the E.R.A. on the side of the turret. Very impressive looking MBT!
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  November 1, 2013
Now that's a proper MBT, very good build.
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  November 1, 2013
Very awesome tank! The low turret and main gun is great work. Together with the SNOT work it gives the tank an overall very low and sleek look :-)
Navy Person
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Dr. Monster
  October 31, 2013
Great tank! Nice clean design.
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  October 31, 2013
Really nice tank. I can't build anything like this in LDD. The front hull needs some work, but otherwise it looks really great.
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  October 31, 2013
Nice work here! I probably couldn't do better in LDD.
  October 31, 2013
Hey, don't beat yourself up needlessly for your skills in LEGO. The truth is that you are actually a lot better builder of LEGO than not only most 13 year olds are, let alone adults, but that you are also on par to become one of the great LEGO MOC builders, sir. Please take my advice and do not sell yourself short. However, if there is one bit of advice to make your tank look better, it would be a bit more greebling (detailing) on your tank. I like the smooth appearance on the tank itself. However, around the area where the treads are on the tank, it honestly needs a bit more detailing, just like a real tank. You have a great thing going here, do not misunderstand me, but you are capable of so much better, sir. You need some little wheels that and/or gear pieces that are between the wheels that are holding your treads, just like a real tank has, in order to make your already impressive build even better, sir. Please use this comment, and the other ones that are here, as the stepping stones to further refine your craft. I would also advise you to learn from other military MOC builders on here, as well as builders from other MOC themes, to further improve your craft. If I had the money and means to do so, I would pop out numerous LEGO capital space craft at an alarming rate were I to hang around people that did that sort of thing on a regular basis on MOC Pages and elsewhere. My point is that you would do well to learn from people that build military and other builds that you build on a regular basis and that you need to always strive for improvements to your builds as well as innovation and revolutionary thinking to your builds, too.
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  October 31, 2013
A very cool and sleek creation. Fantastic job on the presentation. -LB Senior
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  October 31, 2013
Sleek!
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  October 31, 2013
Lovely tank, It's low and bulky, but I don't like how the front lower plate just goes down like that. It should be raised a bit from the ground, with some sort of suspension. Otherwise, great progress on your skills!
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  October 31, 2013
I like the low profile for the tank but I think it's a couple studs too wide
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  October 31, 2013
Boy, if Lamborghini ever made a tank... Great work. Very sleek.
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  October 31, 2013
NICE tank! Great work!!!! :) ~The evil JOL
 
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