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Flug's Rescue: Red Force

This Page: OUDF Pilot Lieutenant Peter Flug   CSAR Team Leader   CSAR Fireteam Alpha
CSAR Fireteam Beta   CSAR UV-260 Tiltrotor Transport Aircraft   CSAR Raptor Ground-Attack Aircraft
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OUDF Pilot Lieutenant Peter Flug Back to Top

Red Force: OUDF Pilot (Lieutenant Peter Flug)
squad image Missing Pilot Lieutenant Peter Flug, OUDF.
Figure Type Regular Infantry
Quality and Leadership Green (GREEN-3)
Full Strength 1 figures
Fatigue Level Tired Mission Motivation High
Start Morale Shaky (CO) Sensors Enhanced (D8)
Armour None (D4) DS2 Points 10
Armaments Glock-41 8mm caseless semi-auto (FP 1, IMP d10)
Other Equipment Beacon (which instantly reveals his position, so he won't turn it on)
Special Rules Treated as an Individiual as per standard SG2 rules.

CSAR Team Leader Back to Top

Red Force: CSAR Team Leader (Sergeant Peter Hogan)
squad image Sgt. Peter Hogan, NAC 504th CSAR attached to TF Hannibul.
Figure Type Light Infantry Commander
Quality and Leadership Veteran (ORANGE-2)
Full Strength 1 figures
Fatigue Level Rested Mission Motivation High
Start Morale Confident (CO) Sensors Superior (D10)
Armour Partial (D6) DS2 Points 10
Armaments L7A1 AAR (FP 3, IMP D10), 1 IAVR (FP D8, IMP D12*).
Other Equipment Advanced Comms Gear and portable jammer (1 EW chit).
Special Rules Leader treated as individual.

CSAR Fireteam Alpha Back to Top

Red Force: CSAR Fireteam Alpha
squad image Four man CSAR fireteam.
Squad Type Light Infantry
Quality and Leadership Veteran (ORANGE-2)
Full Strength 4 figures
Fatigue Level Rested Mission Motivation High
Start Morale Confident (CO) Sensors Superior (D10)
Armour Partial (D6) DS2 Points 10
Armaments 3 x L7A1 AAR + GL (FP 3 each), 1 L5 SAW (FP d8), 1 SAW (FP d8). All impacts are D10. 1 IAVR (FP D8 IMP D12*) per man.
Other Equipment Standard CSAR medical supplies.
Special Rules 1 man in the team is considered a medic.

CSAR Fireteam Beta Back to Top

Red Force: CSAR Fireteam Beta
squad image Four man CSAR fireteam.
Squad Type Light Infantry
Quality and Leadership Veteran (ORANGE-2)
Full Strength 4 figures
Fatigue Level Rested Mission Motivation High
Start Morale Confident (CO) Sensors Superior (D10)
Armour Partial (D6) DS2 Points 10
Armaments 3 x L7A1 AAR + GL (FP 3 each), 1 L5 SAW (FP d8, IMP d10), 1 Sniper Rifle (FP d10, IMP d12). 1 IAVR (FP D8 IMP D12*) per man.
Other Equipment Standard CSAR medical supplies.
Special Rules 1 man in the team is considered a medic. 1 man is a trained marksman.

UV-260 Tiltrotor Transport Back to Top

The UV-260 is a multi-role transport that can be configured to serve many roles. The basic layout is a dual tiltrotor design, with two powerful turboprop engines which have controllable attitude settings mounted on the end of short wings. The vehicle has VTOL capability, and can fly at speeds of up to 350 kph and haul up to 12 soldiers.

The variant depicted below (as used by NAC Combat Search and Rescue teams) has several modifications. It includes an aggressive ECM package and a basic EW system. It includes a stealth coating which provides full-spectrum visual and electronic camouflage enhancement. This modification package also includes dual rapid-fire autocannon mounts (1 to either side) which are manned independently. This variant has a crew of 4.

VTOL: UV-260 Dual Tiltrotor Transport (CSAR Variant)
tiltrotor image The CSAR variant with stealth coating and armament.
Size Class 3 (effective 2)
Mobility Class VTOL
Crew 4: Pilot (Veteran-2), Co-Pilot, Crew Chief, Gunner
Passengers/Cargo 12 troops in full fighting order or 2000 kg of cargo
Comms & Sensors Enhanced (both) EW & ECM Basic ECM and 1 chit of D10 EW
Fire Control/Guidance Manual (Veteran-2 (D10)) Stealth 1 Level
Powerplant HMT DS2 Points 10
Armour 1 on all sides (D12)
Armaments RFAC/1 (left side), RFAC/1 (right side)
Other Equipment  

Raptor Ground-Attack VTOL Back to Top

The Raptor, also known as the Pterodyactyl-D, is a ground attack VTOL capable of moderate battlefield loiter times, speeds of upwards of 600 kph, and attacks using Hammerhead medium-power guided missile systems.

Rules for the GMS/M may be found here. Essentially, it is a weapon which does D12 x 3 Impact, takes 3 capacity points on a vehicle to install. In this particular situation, each launcher has but one GMS left within it... the fighter had already been executing ground attacks.

VTOL: Pterodactyl-D Ground-Attack ("Raptor")
raptor image The Pterodactyl-D. Sometimes referred to as "Sandy" for apocryphal reasons.
Size Class 2
Mobility Class Aerospace Fighter
Crew 1: Pilot (Veteran-2)
Passengers/Cargo None
Comms & Sensors Enhanced (both) EW & ECM Enhanced ECM
Fire Control/Guidance Superior (D10) Stealth None
Powerplant FGP (Aerospace) DS2 Points 10
Armour 1 on all sides (D12)
Armaments 2 x RFAC/2 (centreline, fixed), 2 x GMS/M (forward firing).
Other Equipment  

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