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AT-12 Rapid Strike Ship
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The AT-12 Rapid Strike Ship developed during the First Galactic War. Though it was very useful in the war, only 150 were ever produced, due to the high costs of building and fueling them. They are powered by an Anti-Helium reactor, positioned directly behind the cockpit. Most of the weapons systems work by firing concentrated bursts of anti-Hydrogen. The 2 missile pods at the rear of the ship also fire anti-Helium missiles. However, antimatter is very expensive, and it would cost as much as (in 2010 currency) $6,000 for a single mission.

The ship could hold 3 people: A pilot, and 2 passengers. The pilot would control the main steering of the ship, as well as speed, and firing the dual anti-Hydrogen cannons at the front of the ship, while the passengers simply waited to be dropped off at the landing zone. A team of 6 people would control the other functions of the ship from a command ship or from the ground. These other functions included: Controlling the rapid fire cannon on top of the ship, controlling the dual missile pods, assisting in navigation for the pilot, and maintaining the antimatter power core.

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