British Tesla AT Gun
With the development of towed Tesla weapons within US Armoured Infantry units, the British government demanded immediate access to the design programme.
Conscious of the lack of heavy anti-tank firepower in the small, elite Galahad battalions, the Tesla AT gun was a natural solution.
Crewed by Galahad armoured crewmen, the gun could be pushed forward with the infantry where it could deliver both anti-tank and anti-personnel firepower. Production speeds are slow but Galahad formations are beginning to receive these highly effective and versatile weapon systems.
British Automated Carrier
As British research and development continue in the embryonic fields of automation and automotive intelligence, the combination of automated control units and armoured vehicles is a logical progression. With no requirement for crew comfort and with a greater tolerance to shock, noise and impact, an automated vehicle offers the opportunity to place larger weapon systems on relatively small, agile and hard to hit platforms.
The initial trials proved largely successful, with the combat potential of these vehicles deemed worth the occasional processing glitches and failures. With trials completed, the deployment of large numbers of automated carriers is the first large-scale field test of this concept.
Using the ubiquitous universal carrier as a base, two automated infantry units are hardwired into the vehicle, one as a driver and the other as a gunner. With any redundant limbs or body parts removed, the AI units take little space which allows a mounting of a twin auto-cannon weapon system. This firepower would be unworkable with a human crew due to the recoil, noise levels and cramped crew space, but works with automated crew perfectly.
1 British Tesla AT Gun
1 British Automated Carrier
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