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  1. < | Aleksis Vähälä | > | Age | Male | Date of Birth | February 22nd, 2273 | Place of Birth | Shoreridge III, Shoreridge Colony No. 4 | Citizen Identification Number | 037-04-6340 < | General Information | > | Sex | Male | Height | 5' 11" [ 181.61 cm ] | Weight | 206 lbs. [ 93.44 kg ] | Blood Type | A+ | Eye Color | Brown | Hair Color | Blonde < | Service Information | > | Status | Alive | Federal Service Number | 02003-66159-AV | Unit | 7th Medical Brigade, 67th Medical Detachment 58th Corsairs, Delta Company, First Platoon | Assignment | Probationary Combat Medic | Specializations | None
  2. Tuck in his gut a bit more and I think you're fine. (i am in no way responsible for any IC repercussion your trooper faces for anything on this pac)
  3. You're good on everything except the top. Your vest is red for a reason.
  4. Good. -- Cutting it close size wise, but looks okay to me
  5. Weapons of the Mobile Infantry Credit to Ace, Nyx & OldSSTWiki for original working material Morita Mark I Rifle Manufacturer: Morita Arms Cartridge: 7.62x51mm SICON Cased (alt. .308 WIN) Rate of Fire: 740 round/min cyclic Feed System: 75 round detachable box magazine Sights: Iron sights or various optics A reliable workhorse, sweetheart of veteran troopers, and the longest-serving weapon in the Mobile Infantry’s history; the Mark One Rifle is a sight that old and new breeds have agreed will never get old. Chambered in 7.62x51mm SICON Cased ammunition, the Mark I rifle and its variant are air-cooled, gas-operated, direct impingement, magazine-fed, selective fire bullpup firearms with an ambidextrous charging handle above the trigger mechanism. Despite its age, the Mark I rifle is also known for a plethora of underslung attachments that can be mounted to the weapon: such as the thirty-millimeter grenade launcher, eight-gauge shotgun, and a downsized flamer. With the capacity to fire semi-automatic or fully automatic, the Mark I rifle is the go-to weapon for any Infantryman; whether they are fighting Bugs, Separatists, or Skinnies. Morita Mark I Carbine Manufacturer: Morita Arms Cartridge: 7.62x51mm SICON Cased (alt. .308 WIN) Rate of Fire: 780 round/min cyclic Feed System: 75 round detachable box magazine Sights: Iron sights or various optics The Mark I Rifle’s smaller, more compact brother - The Mark I Carbine is a shorter and lighter version of the well-known Mark I Rifle. Chambered in exact same 7.62x51mm SICON Cased ammunition as its longer brother, the Mark I Carbine’s shortened barrel length and modified long-stroke piston system resulted in a slightly faster overall rate of fire while engaged in automatic fire; this however comes at the cost of decreased performance at ranges the standard Mark I Rifle could normally engage at. Furthermore, the decreased overall length of the Mark I Carbine also restricts the usage of the under-barrel thirty-millimeter grenade launcher without significant modification to the Mark I Carbine’s handguard. This itself presents numerous other issues such as increased strain on the Mark I Carbine’s frame and a heightened chance of structural failure from the modified handguard. Despite these potential issues, its compact nature and reliability have made it a staple for armored troopers and Fleet pilots who primarily work in confined spaces; with some troopers even preferring it over other close-quarters-based weaponry. Morita Mark III Rifle Manufacturer: Morita Arms Cartridge: 10x55mm Caseless Rate of Fire: 590 round/min cyclic Feed System: 100 round detachable box magazine, 4 round grenade tube Sights: Iron sights or integrated sight As the newest interaction of Morita rifles to enter service and standard issue in the Mobile Infantry, the Mark III Morita is seen in the eyes of many as a step-up in firearms development. Chambered for the new 10x55mm Caseless ammunition, the Mark Three Morita is an air-cooled, gas-operated, direct impingement, magazine-fed, select-fire rifle with a non-ambidextrous charging handle on the leftmost side. Aside from utilizing a new electronic-pulse action system, the Mark Three Morita also comes with a built-in forty-millimeter grenade launcher that can hold four rounds in the chamber. However, this increase in modularity has also seen an increase in weight. -- Capable of firing in both semi-automatic and fully automatic with a reliable one-hundred round magazine, the newer high velocity, armor-piercing ammunition; the Mark Three Morita has quickly gained a fierce reputation on the fields of battle. Morita Mark III Squad Automatic Weapon Manufacturer: Morita Arms Cartridge: 10x55mm Caseless Rate of Fire: 1000 round/min cyclic Feed System: 200 round detachable drum magazine Sights: Iron sights Introduced alongside the Mark III Morita as a replacement to the previous Mark II Morita light machine gun, the Mark III Morita Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW) is the infantryman's go-to choice for automatic firepower with the accuracy and portability of a rifle. Chambered in the exact same 10x55mm Caseless cartridge as the Mark III Morita, the Mark III Morita SAW is gas-operated and air-cooled; with a quick-change barrel and a folding bipod attached to the front. Likewise, with the Mark III Morita, the Mark III Morita SAW utilizes a similar electronic-pulse action system for firing. With the capacity to fire in semi-automatic, fully automatic, or even a three-round burst function; the Mark III Morita SAW bridges the gap between auto rifleman and rifleman in the Mobile Infantry. Morita Mark IV Carbine Manufacturer: Morita Arms Cartridge: 10x24mm Cased Rate of Fire: 800 round/min cyclic Feed System: 200 round detachable box magazine Sights: Iron sights or various optics Once a weapon only accessible to a select few special purpose units, the Mark IV Morita has recently entered wider service within the Federation and its armed forces. Chambered in the smaller yet similar 10x24mm cased ammunition, the Mark Four Morita is an air-cooled, straight blowback, closed bolt, select-fire carbine originally designed for use by Pathfinder and Marauder troops. Using the same electronic-pulse action system as the Mark Three Morita, the Mark Four Morita has gained a reputation among their regular infantry users for being one of the quietest firearms currently in active or former service. Unlike those used by SICON’s special purpose units, the Mark Four Morita issued to the average infantrymen lack a number of features; most notably the built-in grenade launcher, heads up display link, and higher end ammunition that ensures the best performance. However, with the ability to fire in semi-automatic, fully-automatic, or five-round burst function with a two-hundred round magazine capacity; the Mark Four Morita is still capable in the hands of a skilled user. KAM2A-PAS 'Ventilator' Manufacturer: Krediisk Arms Manufacturing Cartridge: 8 Gauge Rate of Fire: 70 round/min semi-automatic Feed System: 7+1 round internal tube magazine Sights: Iron sights or various optics An older, but reliable series. The KAM2A-PAS, better known to law enforcement officers and infantry troopers as the “Ventilator” is a pump-action shotgun designed with ruggedness and reliability first and foremost. Originally seeing widespread use with law enforcement, this shotgun has quickly found itself a number of users in the Federation’s armed services. With the capacity to use any one of five different shotgun chokes, the option to choose from three different ammunition types, and its overall rigid construction; the Ventilator is any pointman’s close friend and any would-be target’s worst nightmare. E-Pulse 44 Manufacturer: Morita Arms Cartridge: 10x63mm PULSE Rate of Fire: 200 rounds/min semi-automatic Feed System: 20 round detachable battery Sights: Integrated optical sight Among the newest and one of the more specialized weaponry in the Mobile Infantry’s arsenal, the E-Pulse 44 or better known as the E-44, is a high powered rifle designed to complement other precision-based weaponry for designated marksmen or sharpshooters. It utilizes a specially designed 10x63mm PULSE round accelerated by magnetic accelerator rails to 1650 meters a second. Fed by box shaped batteries with twenty charges inserted on the left-hand side of the E-44, this firearm is capable of taking one of two modifications; one which increases the velocity of the projectile or another which fires multiple rounds in a “burst” function, both of which only function at the expense of increased battery and ammo consumption. Despite its specialized role, the E-44 has become a favorite of some troopers, most notably for its accuracy and damage potential despite its severe issue of typically over-penetrating its target. E-Pulse 88 Manufacturer: Morita Arms Cartridge: 12x108mm PULSE Rate of Fire: 140 rounds/min semi-automatic Feed System: 50 round detachable battery Sights: Integrated tracking sight Introduced alongside the E-44 during the “railgun” era of weapon development, the E-Pulse 88 or better known as the E-88, is a high powered railgun designed for complete anti-material capabilities. Like the E-44, it utilizes a specially designed and much larger 12x108mm PULSE round accelerated by magnetic accelerator rails to 1650 meters a second. Fed by box shaped batteries inserted on the left-hand side of the E-88, this firearm is capable of firing roughly fifty individual shots before needing a new battery. Unlike the E-44, the E-88 can only fire in “automatic”, though its rate of fire can hardly be described as automatic fire. It also comes with a built-in display that shows the remaining charge level and a rudimentary tracking system effective up to forty meters. Large, unwieldy, and heavy-hitting; the E-88 is a weapon that requires the strongest and most dedicated users to get the most out of it. SW-228-F ‘Hel’ Infantry Flamer Manufacturer: Voight & Gromann Rate of Fire: Around 1.9 l (64 oz) a second Feed System: One 15 l (507 oz) napalm/nitrogen tank Sights: None An old and imposing sight on the battlefield, the SW-228-F Infantry Flamer, better known by its moniker ‘Hel’ is a man-portable flamethrower currently in service with the Mobile Infantry. Primarily designed to remove foliage and assault fortified positions, the Flamer has seen creative use by Mobile Infantry troops to temporarily seal off holes and routes of approach with its napalm-like gel substance. Unlike flamethrowers from centuries ago, the Flamer utilizes a napalm-gel oxygenated mixture that can even burn in vacuums, albeit for only a few seconds before succumbing to a lack of oxygen. Quick to burn, difficult to extinguish, and near impossible to remove; the Flamer is a dreaded weapon for those against its’ user, resulting in the need for the operating trooper to always carry a canister of fire retardant in case of misfires or bad aim. KRISS KW-102-S 'Peacemaker' Pistol Manufacturer: KRISS INGL Cartridge: 10x24mm Cased Rate of Fire: 85 rounds/min semi-automatic Feed System: 15 round detachable box magazine Sights: Iron sights As one of the oldest serving handguns in Federal service, the KRISS KW-102-S 'Peacemaker' is a select-fire, magazine-fed, recoil-operated machine pistol chambered for 10x24mm Cased; the same cartridge used in the Mark IV Morita Carbine. It is fed by 15 round box magazines, with the capacity to hold one in the chamber for a total of 16 rounds. Normally issued to troopers with specialized fighting roles, the Peacemaker is most effective when used against human combatants, having a limited armor piercing capability against modern armor vests and plates. It can be used in a very limited capacity against only the weakest castes of arachnids, as anything similar or superior to a warrior is unable to be reliably penetrated. KRISS K-109-E 'Emancipator' Heavy Pistol Manufacturer: KRISS INGL Cartridge: 7.62x51mm SICON Cased (alt. .308 WIN) Rate of Fire: N/A Feed System: 7 round detachable box magazine Sights: Iron sights Known to have one of the largest recoils of any handgun in or previously in Federal service, the KRISS K-109-E 'Emancipator' differs significantly from its smaller cousin the Peacemaker. Chambered in 7.62x51 SICON Cased, the Emancipator is a gas-operated, semi-automatic pistol primarily issued to Senior Noncommissioned Officers and Commissioned Officers. It is fed by 7 round box magazines, with the capacity to hold one in the chamber for a total of 8 rounds. Because of its immense recoil, KRISS INGL recommends that this weapon be fired with enough time between shots to recover from the recoil; as even rapid fire could lead to its user hurting themselves with its operation or causing reliability issues and malfunctions. Despite its unwieldy size and caliber, the Emancipator has been known to stop human foes dead in their tracks and even provide a limited, yet effective stop to a charging arachnid. TW-111-P 'Reaper' Pistol Manufacturer: Brunham Ballistics Cartridge: .500 Morita Magnum Rate of Fire: N/A Feed System: 6 round cylinder Sights: Iron Sights A handgun known for only being in the employ of Military Intelligence and Games & Theory, the TW-111-P “Reaper” is a double-action revolver chambered in .500 Morita Magnum. Like the Emancipator, the Reaper can punish those who fire in too rapid succession or maintain a bad grip on the firearm. Rumors have been told that there are two reasons for the Reaper’s existence: its reliability against human targets and an order that all Intelligence operatives and officers save the last bullet for themselves. M-902F Fragmentation Grenade Manufacturer: NukeTek Ordinance Mass: 400 g (14 oz) Filling: Composition E Filling Weight: 200 g (7.1 oz) Detonation Mechanism: Pyrotechnic delay M202 fuze (5–6.5 seconds) The M-902F Fragmentation Grenade is the standard issue hand-grenade for the Mobile Infantry. With a spheroidal steel body that contains 7.1 oz (200 g) of composition E explosive, it is shaped like a baseball for ease of handling by the average infantryman. Steel fragments (not to be confused with shrapnel) are provided by the grenade body and produce an injury radius of 20 meters (66 ft), with a fatality radius of 6 meters (20 ft), though some fragments can disperse as far out as 300 meters (984 ft). While obviously lethal to humans and Skinnies alike, it can also damage or outright kill a Warrior depending on its range from the explosion and the location from which shrapnel enters the arachnid. M-909S “Fog” Smoke Grenade Manufacturer: NukeTek Ordinance Mass: 700 g (25 oz) Filling: Type F, Hexachloroethane Mixture Filling Weight: 560 g (20 oz) Fuse Mechanism: M201A1 Pull-plug Igniter The M-909S Smoke Grenade, otherwise known as the “Fog”, is the standard issue smoke and signal grenade for the Mobile Infantry. It is primarily used as a ground-to-ground or ground-to-air signaling device, a target or landing zone marking device, or a screening device for unit maneuvering. It produces a dense cloud of colored smoke that lasts for 150 to 300 seconds (2.5 to 5 minutes). It should be used in open-aired environments, as the hydrochloric fumes produced during the chemical reaction can irritate parts of the body such as the eyes, throat, and lungs. Furthermore, the steel casing can be heated by the hot chemical reaction, which can ignite nearby flammable materials. (OOC Note: There is no physical or placeholder weapon at the time of this being written) M-901HE “HI-EX” Grenade Manufacturer: NukeTek Ordinance Mass: 260 g (9.2 oz) Filling: Composition E Filling Weight: 86 g (3.0 oz) Detonation Mechanism: Pyrotechnic delay M202 fuze (5–6.5 seconds) The M-901 HE Grenade, otherwise known as the “HI-EX”, is a specialized hand grenade designed for the Mobile Infantry. Shaped with a cylindrical steel body that contains 3.0 oz (86 g) of composition E explosive it primarily relies on concussive force and overpressure shockwaves to injure or kill. This produces a “stun” radius of 4.5 meters (15 ft), with a lethal radius of 3 meters (10 ft) in an open area; tripling when used in a confined space. Seeing use in a variety of theatres, the HI-EX is most well known for its’ ability to clear massed arachnid corpses that commonly form piles alongside walls, cliffs, or other elevated defensive positions. (OOC Note: There is no physical or placeholder weapon at the time of this being written) NT-M55 ‘Longbow’ Rocket Launcher Manufacturer: NukeTek Ordinance Cartridge: 74×246mm R Rate of Fire: 6 rounds a minute Feed System: N/A Sights: Iron sights or optical laser rangefinder; image intensification system A common sight among troopers fighting against Arachnid forces, the NT-M55 “Longbow” is a portable, reusable, unguided, shoulder-launched, anti-tank, rocket-propelled grenade launcher in service with the Mobile Infantry. As most ordinance capable of being fired from the M-55 is unguided, hit probabilities depend entirely on the user’s skill, conditions of the environment, and the intended target. Primarily designed with anti-armor capabilities in mind, the M-766A2 'Holepunch' HEAT Missile is an upgraded version of the M-766A1; boasting better all-around penetration qualities against arachnids and lightly armored vehicles, however, it lacks the power needed to take on dedicated armor such as the MA-105 or FV-5691 frontally; requiring multiple shots from the front or side shots. Its distant cousin, the M-714A3 'Firecracker' HEDP Missile is similar in production though with an added emphasis on “dual purpose”. The Firecracker’s warhead is surrounded by a thin, steel lining capable of producing upwards of five hundred fragments upon detonation. It functions similarly to the M-766A2 but suffers less penetration power comparatively. Infantry troopers have commonly used this missile as a quick hole-sealing method with great success. Lastly, the M-55 retains the capability to fire the M-998A2 'Pee-Wee' Tactical Oxygen Nuke. Packed full with guidance, flight, and detonation systems; it is by far the most powerful and expensive warhead available to the Mobile Infantry, capable of taking out entire hives with a single, unhindered shot, alternatively maneuverable as per GEONAV coordinates, calculating its own optimal flight path.
  6. Clavis, yes? or im taking your last organic limb
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