The NCA has released two new LCSs to supplement its aging vessels. These new LCSs have even quieter motors, radar stealthing paint, sonar scramblers, and our new naval optic camo for extreme hiding abilities.
About this creation
The Hailstorm LCS has been built as a better version of the Rainmaker. It is stealthier and almost impossible to detect. It carries 48 VLS missile tubes, 4 more than the Rainmaker, and 3 large VLS silos for cruise missiles or ICBMS. It only has a single 3” coilgun accelerated bow cannon for close range combat. The Hailstorm is built to be quick, unnoticed, and destructive from a distance. It also has 4 torpedo tubes in the bow.
On the rear you can see more of the missiles and the larger silos. It is armed with 4 CIWS and 6 ALDS emitters.
The Centaur is our upgrade to the Pegasus. It is bigger and carries more helicopters than its predecessor. It is armed with a 5” longbarrel coilgun accelerated cannon, 16 VLS missile tubes, two torpedo rails, and 4 torpedo tubes in the hull.
It has two SAM turrets, one anti-ship missile turret, 4 ALDS emitters, and 6 CIWS turrets for defense.
It can house a total of 4 helicopters in the above-deck hangar. It can carry more below decks but these are not available for a quick launch.
All the NCA LCSs side by side. Both new ones are bigger than their predecessors in hull size but are shorter and harder to spot.
Quoting Achintya Prasad
Missile launchers galore! Its hard to believe I haven't commented on this yet; I do hold each of your MOCs with special distinction; genuinely, I do. Now, I have sent you an invite to a Peace group. I STRONGLY urge you to join; trust me, you will not regret it. This group isn't some little kindergarten time out; you, me, and Mr. Rutherford, are going to sort this out, man to man (or however you want to say it). Please, once again, join; it is in everyone's best interest. Please post a comment on one of my MOCs to show that you have read this message.
These are what my Corvettes started as. Looking closely you can tell I used the same hull.