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Approved Tech "Europa" Missile

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SAMO "Europa" EAAO Mark I


  • Intent: To act as a surface-to-air missile for use by the First Order
  • Image Source: [X]
  • Canon Link: N/A
  • Primary Source: Seeker Missile
  • Manufacturer: First Order Bureau of Engineers
  • Affiliation: First Order
  • Model: EAAO/SAMO Mark I
  • Modularity: No

  • Production: Minor
  • Material:
    Durasteel and Quadanium casing
  • Durasteel reinforced payload casing
  • Electrical Components
  • Missile Components
  • Detonite Explosive Payload

  • Classification: Missile
  • Size: Average
  • Weight: Average
  • Ammunition Type: Detonite
  • Ammunition Capacity: Depends on launching device

  • Reload Speed: Average
  • Effective Range: Battlefield
    Range, 3-19 Miles
  • Altitude, 100-46,000 Feet

[*]Stopping Power: Average
[*]Recoil: Average, Depends on launching device
  • Infrared Guiding System, which allows for heat-seeking on enemy aircraft vessels
  • Small Thermal Camera, which allows for digital feedback to a possible controller of the missile
    The Europa has a "Manual-Guidance Override" feature when fitted into a SAM site, allowing manual control of the rocket from a designated SAM operative with the proper training

  • Infrared Guidance System
  • Sleek and Aerodynamic Design allows the Europa to easily catch up to most enemy aircraft to blow them out of the sky
  • Cannot target enemy armor on the ground or enemy infantry on the ground
  • Can be shot down, though it is very difficult to do so
  • Useless underwater
  • EMP's can disable the rockets Infrared Guidance System, making them stop following their target and hit random targets as they are blind without any guidance system
  • The Europa was designed exclusively for anti-air purposes, to shoot down and obliterate enemy aircraft at the push of a button. Once launched from its housing device, the Europa's Infrared Guidance System, or IGS, will take over from there. Each cluster of Europa missiles is linked together on a technical aspect. This makes it so that, in a hypothetical scenario, if six missiles are launched at six fighters, each missile will take on its own fighter to make the most of the number of missiles in an effective manner. Hypothetically, if six missiles were launched at two fighters, three will take one and three will take the other. Along with the IGS, a Manual Guidance system was added as well for increased precision and for more 'intelligence' added to help the missiles take out enemy aircraft.
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