This platform serves as a transmitter between the head-quarters and larger ground units. Furthermore it can be used as a base of operations for local reconnaissance missions. Therefore, the D-C/OP is equipped with two Holo-transmitters and several surveillance devices. Since the platform does not have a propulsion system it should only be deployed in a relatively secure area. <p>
As with the AT-IS/h the goal with this built was to use all but the spare parts from two small sets and create something new. I think it turned out pretty well (ideal for <a href=http://www.mocpages.com/home.php/64223> our </a> Star Wars tabletop game), but it is hard to find a fitting title, that is not endlessly long.
About this creation
Overview of the inside
A low wall separates the interior in to sections and offers some protection to the operator when the ramp in the rear is down.
Movable shutters for more protection from light weapons or a better view at the surrounding landscape.
Surveillance devices and communications are located in the front section.
When under attack the D-C/OP offers limited cover to its operators, so they can defeat enemies by themselves or hold out until reinforcement arrives. The platform itself is lightly armored and carries no weapon systems. It is not a fortress.
A scout team reports back and receives a new task.
Another doubl-set combo for you to enjoy.
Tell me how you like it. Maybe some of you even come up with a better name.