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Titan MARK VII Heavy Mech . . Felag Consortiumís Heavy Assault Mech Titan Series Mark VII The Mark VII displays the leading edge in Heavy Assault Mech technology. From its dual core power unit to its weaponry the Mark VII is more than capable of overpowering the opposition with brute force and pin-point accuracy. The Mark VII was based off the Mark Vís concept alone. The Mark VII was a total redesign from the legs up. With the addition of the external missile pods and upgraded weaponry, the Mark VIIís chassis had to be re-engineered to support the addition weight and power requirements. The Mark VII stands over 52 feet, 15.85meters tall and weighs nearly 350 tons. Due to this enormous weight, the Mark VII is equipped with several anti-gravity units. The Mark VII can travel at 60mph/104Kph on even terrain. Up to 80 mph/129Kph with the AG units active. The Mark VII is outfitted with one orbital grad ION cannon, Twin Pulse cannons, Two Vulcrum heavy armor-piercing rotating cannons, and 32 Missiles Ė 8 ICBM types to include: NLOS-LAM, ICBM, SAM, TBM, BRBM, SRBM, MRBM, and AGM. The FC NLOS-LAM project began with the fielding of the FC Juggernaut ECHM. NLOS-LAM is an expendable loitering hunter-killer sensor/weapon. Replacing the Mark V series, the Mark VII was first fielded with the 501st MHAG. All MHAG units are due to receive the Mark VIIs by the end of the third cycle.


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