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'Onager' Mobile Rocket Launching System AA-12
The Onager is a mobile weapons platform designed in the waning years of the war. It is built with incredible technology, based on an age old vehicle used to transport American vehicles over land and water.
About this creation
The Onager was developed by H&G Motors, a company that made cars that were not up-to-date. During the war, the company began producing the UCNAC's light recon vehicles. Suddenly, they stopped producing at command of the Military Counsel, and it soon dropped out of mind as the other motor companies took on the light recon vehicle. Eight years and $400,000,000 later, the Onager was born. It featured an all-around view gunner's compartment, ability to traverse land and sea, and the Peacekeeper Anti-Tank missile. The sheer cost of producing these units did not stop the UCNAC from mass-producing them and using them multiple times on the battlefield.

The turbofans

The Missile Launcher

The gunner's canopy

This model took a very long time to take, and it was based off of my favorite vehicle from Command and Conquer: Tiberian Sun. That vehicle was the Hover MLRS.
Also my first SNOT creation.


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