Montrovian Air Defense has taken a major step forward today with the debut of it's PSH-7625AA Mk.I Anti-Aircraft System. The System will replace the M-250A1 and SA-70M in the Montrovian arsenal. The chasis is based on the Tongorian PSH-7625 Mk.I which Montrovia has imported for many years. The reactive armor has been removed and a new engine re-mounted to the rear of the vehicle helps to balance the weight. Two Brickarms 20mm miniguns with a fire rate of 7500 rounds/min and muzzle velocity of 3500 ft/sec make up the main armaments. The guns can be used against personnel and light armor as well as aircraft. Four SA-5 IR/optically guided surface-to-air missiles are mounted above the guns for longer range engagements. The heart of the system is it's four target aquisition modes; phased array Doppler radar, IR, optical, and satelite guidance. <br><br></br></br>
All credit for the chasis design goes to Matthew Sylvan.
About this creation
The red domed light on the back is a convoy marker light. The four smoke grenade launchers can clearly be seen here.
Quoting Sasch Weidler
Great ... I like it! It looks very clean.
Thanks Sasch! The original vehicle was designed by Mathew Sylvan and can be found here: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/262624 We were allies in a Lego war game so I copied the body of his AFV for my AA system.