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AT-MS . The AT-MS, or "All Terrain Mobile Strongpoint", was developed for intense frontline combat. Given its large dimensions, and extra armor plating, it was roughly twice the mass of an AT-TE. Though it performed brilliantly well on the battlefield, its awkward size and weight made impossible for a single gunship to carry. Rather, it had to be slung on a palette between two gunships, and hence could only be sent to the ground from an in-atmosphere vessel. Because of this immense mobility drawback, its limited deployment was discontinued. Despite this, some battalions decided to keep their AT-MS's, such as the 201st Armored Vanguard. As a testament to its durability, and to the engineers that designed it, several All Terrain Mobile Strongpoint units were still in service during early Imperial campaigns. .


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