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Approved Tech Legion Disposable Anti-Armor Weapon Mk I

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Noah Corek

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  • Intent: To create a light, one-shot rocket launcher for the Galactic Foreign Legion
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  • Classification: Rocket Launcher
  • Size: Average
  • Weight: Light
  • Ammunition Type: 75mm Tandem-Warhead Rocket
  • Ammunition Capacity: Extremely Small
  • Effective Range: Long Range
  • Rate of Fire: None
  • Damage Output: Extreme
  • Recoil: Very Low
  • Collapsing Body
  • Folding Ladder Sight
  • Instruction Panel
  • Small, Portable and Deadly: The small size of the LDAAW Mk I belies its deadly nature as its 75mm tandem warhead rocket is very well suited to taking on fortified positions and even armored vehicles
  • One and Done: In order to make the LDAAW Mk I as light and portable as possible the launcher is a single-shot, disposable weapon and therefore cannot be reloaded once fired
With more requests coming in from the Legionnaires to the Legion armorers they began sifting through and deciding which weapons to design and which were considered unnecessary. One weapon that they did deem necessary was a request for a light and portable rocket launcher to give Legion Rifle Squads some anti-armor capability when not attached to any larger units.

This request actually turned into one of the few weapons designed by the Legion Armorers that didn't have a base model produced by Hekler'Kok, though the eventual product would be produced by the company. The philosophy being this weapon was for it to be light and portable but still giving the hard hitting power of a rocket launcher. They decided that a simple disposable rocket launcher would fit the bill.

The design of the launcher was rather simple, virtually a Alusteel-Titanium Alloy tube that housed a 75mm tandem warhead rocket capable of blowing holes in anything from duracrete bunkers to durasteel reinforced walls to armored vehicles. When it came to features the launcher was just as simple, a collapsing body to better help with transport, a folding ladder sight to help with aiming and lastly an instruction panel to help with usage.
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