In the late war, the years before the final battle, the Shield of Valor-type armored personnel carrier was commissioned to protect soldiers from enemy fire(fire which was becoming ever more hot). It was also tasked with the running over of Mentry assault machines. Basically it served as a massive lawnmower. It would only be armed with two machineguns standard to save space and weight, but it could take rather large weapons. The ammunition would have to be stored inside, though, taking up some of the space for troops. It could seat up to six of them normally.
I hear it's great for that Los Angeles traffic.
About this creation
"Not much for weapons, mainly just runs things over." --Corporal Alexis Terga
The powerful Shield of Valor is coated in 2.5 inch thick alloyed armor.
It can reach up to eighty miles per hour, given key areas such as this one are properly maintained.
The rear of the Shield. Looks flat and dull, doesn't it. Just wait.
Come on in, kiddies.
The heavily greebled roof. Unfortunately, it is succeptible to aerial strafing.
Here we have clips to hold any weapon your heart desires.
DESIGN NOTES: I used SNOT for the front, a design I took from an earlier model(a bright red hovertank). In the hovertank, the front could open, revealing a pilot, but this heavier one required more supports that restricted movement. The wheels were originally supposed to be bigger, but these ones already bumped against the rather wide chassis and needed to be widened. I did nothing in the interior because it's much smaller on the inside than it is outside. I hope you liked it, your opinion is much appreciated.