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"Krauss" class Transport Ship . An entry for Category 13 (Logistics) for DA3. . In modern ship-building, modular construction is the way to go - a principle The Singularity took into account in the design of the "Krauss" class transport ship. While the standard configuration can carry a single APC, addditional modules can be added to make a larger ship. As most of the interesting numbers (Planck's constant, the Avogadro number, etc.) are too long to put on the side of the ship, there's only one that The Singularity sees the need to put on its vehicles (Spec 4) The ship is ideally suited to carrying the Penrose class APC (Spec 2). Forward loading ramp (Spec 3). Captain Nixon (left) and Gunnery Officer White (right). Up the ladders... ... and into the wheelhouse. The main operating position is here on the left, the gunnery station on the right (Spec 1). The outriggers are interchangeable for different functions. The standard configuration includes flak turrets and additional outboard propulsion units. Thanks for reading!


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