Naniwa

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Imperial Méxica Navy Provincial-class battlecruiser, IMN BC-268, assigned to Battlegroup Tematlatl.

Contents

Command Crew

First Watch

Second Watch

Third Watch

Members of the Crew

Ventral view of a Provincial-class Imperial Méxica Navy battlecruiser:
A: Primary particle beam nacelles
B: Sensor boom hatches
C: Boat Bay
D: Starboard missile racks extend along ‘wing’
E: Secondary Loading Bay
F: Main Loading Bay
G: Downship maneuvering thruster cluster
H: Engine Ring
I: Main Drive
J: Upship maneuvering thruster cluster
K: Port missile racks extend along 'wing'
L: Shipskin
  • Kikan-shi, (assistant engineer) Ige
  • Heisocho (warrant officer), Diplomatic Service: Von Bayern
  • Ko-hosei (midshipman), Environmental Services: Jushin
  • Sho-i (junior ensign), Pilot section: Deskae

Imperial Marines

  • Fleet Marine contingent commander, So-cho (sergeant major): Juarez, Emiliano Victor
  • Heicho (lance corporal) Adamsky
  • Heicho (lance corporal) Chayle
  • Heicho (lance corporal) Gozen

History

Locations Onboard

Overview

Builder: Akbal yardsJupiter Yards
Class: Provincial
Designation: BC Battle Cruiser
Displacement:
Length: 600 meters
Ship’s Complement: 96 officers (including junior officers), 516 crew
Machinery:
Endurance: 9 months
Ship’s craft: Varanus shuttles
Sensors: Equipped with passive sensor and active sensor arrays.
Stealth: Stealth capability enhanced by hull profile, shipskin and interior heat sump.
Armament: Main missile rack batteries along the 'wings' capable of launching:
Tessen anti-ship sprint missiles
point-defense platforms
ECM pods
mines
Primary and secondary particle beam mounts
Point-defense equipped with beams, railguns and gatling guns mounted within the shipskin
Armor: Shipskin.
Dorsal cutaway view of a Provincial-class Imperial Méxica Navy battlecruiser:
A: Outer hull.
B: Particle beam pit. Primary and secondary particle beam mounts are located along the hull.
C: Sensor boom (retracted). A number of extendable sensor booms are located along the ‘wings’.
D: Upship maneuvering thruster clusters.
E: Shipskin.
F: Secondary hull.
G: Command deck.
H: Between-hull.
I: Shipcore.
J: Missile racks extend along 'wing'.
K: Shipcore backbone maglev shaft.
L: Shipcore main magazine. Several are located along the shipcore.
M: Boat Bay. Several bays are located along the ‘wings’.
N: Tubecar shaft. A number extend through the hab core
O: Hab core.
P: Downship maneuvering thruster clusters.
Q: Fusion Reactors.
R: Engineering deck.
S: Downship maneuvering thruster clusters.
T: Main drive antimatter engines.
U: Rear mine/missile racks.
V: Hyperdrive coil.
Ventral cutaway view of a Provincial-class Imperial Méxica Navy battlecruiser:
A: Outer hull.
B: Particle beam pit. Primary and secondary particle beam mounts are located along the hull.
C: Sensor boom (retracted). A number of extendable sensor booms are located along the ‘wings’.
D: Upship maneuvering thruster clusters.
E: Shipskin.
F: Secondary hull.
G: Command deck.
H: Between-hull.
I: Shipcore.
J: Missile racks extend along 'wing'.
L: Secondary Command.
M: Boat Bay. Several bays are located along the ‘wings’.
N: Tubecar shaft. A number extend through the hab core
O: Hab core.
P: Downship maneuvering thruster clusters.
Q: Fusion Reactors.
R: Engineering deck.
S: Downship maneuvering thruster clusters.
T: Main drive antimatter engines.
U: Rear mine/missile racks.
V: Hyperdrive coil.
W: Secondary Loading Bay
X: Main Loading Bay Overlook
Y: Main Loading Bay

SS:HOR SS:LOD

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