Document 150-DE/ARGONAUT
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This is a list and description of the currently available models of SCP-150-DE. All weapons can be loaded with different types of ammunition, as for example standard ammunition, armor-piercing rounds or tranquilizers, except if explicitly stated. However, there exist limits for the means of armament due to the weight, eventual recoil or constructional difficulties. All armaments were specifically designed for SCP-150-DE.

Automatic canons, machine-guns above 7.62 mm and grenade launchers above 25 mm are supplied via ammunition belts from a back module or with magazines in case of special ammunition. For reloading other primary weapons only magazines are used. Due to constructional reasons, only one primary weapon with an ammunition belt can be carried at any time. For secondary weapons, cartridges are used.

Model Name: Beowulf
Function: Standard model
Possible Equipment: Caliber 4,6 mm or 9 mm, submachine gun, machine-gun up to caliber 7,62 mm, caliber 5,56 mm gatling-gun, grenade gun, caliber 25 mm mountable grenade launcher for assault rifles, caliber 90 mm rocket launcher, taser, flamethrower, dazzler, caliber 24 mm grenade launcher, thrusters, plasma torch, chemical weapons
Further Information: The Beowulf model makes up the majority of MTF DE4-𝔙. It can be equipped with two primary weapons and two secondary weapons, although the primary weapons cannot be used simultaneously. They are either carried by hand or with picatinny rails. Exactly like with every other model, secondary weapons as for example taser, dazzlers and flamethrowers can be installed at the forearms and only need a cognitive signal from the user to be triggered. The Beowulf model can carry loads up to any accelerate for a short time if thrusters are installed in the back. Its armor allows it to withstand singular grenade explosions and projectiles up to 13 mm without significant damage, except when armor piercing rounds are used. The armor also resists corrosion attacks and heat exposure to a certain degree.

Model Name: Herakles
Function: Transport and deployment of heavy weapons
Possible Equipment: Caliber 4,6 mm or 9 mm, submachine gun, caliber 7,62 mm or 12,7 mm machine gun, caliber 5,56 mm gatling-gun, caliber 40 mm mountable grenade launcher for assault rifles, heavy flamethrower, caliber 30 mm recoilless machine canon, dazzler, caliber 40 mm grenade launcher, rocket launcher (caliber varies) chemical weapons
Further Information: The Herakles model is notably slower and heavier than the Beowulf but can carry weights of up to 210 kg and has heavier armor. Hollow charges or projectiles with similar penetration force are necessary to pierce through it. The Herakles can carry a heavy and a light primary weapon as well as two secondary weapons. It can not use the primary weapons at the same time. The heavy weapon is installed on a mounting and pivoted to ensure a higher stability while firing, further supported by extendable and retractable bolts on the legs for anchoring in the ground. The weapon and anchoring can, however, be ejected in emergency situations. Light and secondary weapons can like with the Beowulf model be carried with picatinny rails or at the forearms.

Model Name: Siegfried
Function: Personal protection
Possible Equipment: Mobile barricades, ballistic or riot shields, dazzlers, flamethrower, taser, caliber 4,6 mm or 9 mm machine gun, decoys, dazzlers, smoke grenades, stun grenades, concussion grenades, smoke mortar.
Further Information: The Siegfried is first and foremost a defensive unit with very strong armor, designed for resisting bombardment, even with armor-piercing rounds, and to provide cover for other units or to protect VIPs. In field tests, the Siegfried meets all requirements posed at the armor of the Herakles and even withstood caliber 105 kinetic energy penetrators will enough to remain operational. To not get blast away by the force of incoming projectiles, the Siegfried possesses extendable and retractable bolts on its arms and legs, allowing it to anchor itself in the ground. Because the bolts are capable of penetrating even concrete, they are evidentially also suited for giving punches more lethal force. The anchoring can be ejected in emergency situations. Additionally, the Siegfried model can carry mobile barricades on its back and can deploy and set them up in combat situations. Because of this load and its armor, the Siegfried model is the slowest of all designs and therefore is only used in escort missions or huge contingents.

Model Name: Egil
Function: Sniper unit
Possible Equipment: Caliber 4,6 mm or 9 mm, submachine gun, dazzlers, taser, caliber 7,62 mm or 12,7 mm sniper rifle
Further Information: The Egil model has lighter armor than the Beowulf, giving higher flexibility and agility. Because of this, it can be damaged by heavy machine guns, should it be detected. To prevent this, he possesses camouflage patterns like all models and can be equipped with cooling for the external cladding, making it invisible for thermal imaging. Additionally, magnetic absorbers ensure that the unit is difficult to locate via radar. There are also to experimental units bestowed with antimemetic properties. Their usability is limited, however, because even allied units without appropriate resistances against anitmemetic influences often forget that those Tactical Power Armors are in the field. The Egil can carry two primary weapons and two secondary weapons, but not use them simultaneously. Even in difficult conditions, it is possible to acquire and hit moving targets at distances of 2500 m, provided the precision of the used weapon allows this.

Model Name: Grettir
Function: Ammunition transport
Possible Equipment: Ammunition boxes of different calibers, holders for large caliber ammunition Caliber 4,6 mm or 9 mm, submachine gun, dazzlers, taser, fog mortar
Further Information: The Grettir is specialized on weapon logistics and ensures the supply of ammunition for other units during large-scale operations. Its construction is less designed for armor and more for stability and agility, making it vulnerable to continuous machine gun fire. In turn, it is more mobile than a Beowulf, even with loads of 150 kg, and can easier evade enemy attacks because of this. The Grettir is often escorted by normal infantry to aid in the delivery of ammunition and potentially it's loading.

Model Name: David
Function: Medical treatment in the field and evacuation of wounded persons
Possible Equipment: Caliber 4,6 mm or 9 mm, submachine gun, dazzlers, taser, rescue cage, fog mortar, thrusters, electric cautery, emergency transport blanket, bone saw
Further Information: The David is designed for emergency situations and is to provide first aid and led non-combatants to safety in such cases. Should a save evacuation not be possible due to blood loss or contamination, the David can carry out emergency amputations or cauteries. To this end, it caries anesthesia at its forearms that can be injected through an opening near the wrist. In favor of mobility, the David possesses armor similar to the Egil, but can only carry one primary and secondary weapon.

Model Name: Sindbad
Function: Reconnaissance
Possible Equipment: Caliber 4,6 mm or 9 mm, submachine gun, taser, smoke grenades, radar, GPS trackers, radiation shielding, radio monitoring equipment, binoculars, sonar, atomic spectrometer, plasma torch
Further Information: The Sindbad model possesses almost no armor to highen its mobility and is therefore vulnerable to normal machine gun fire. Therefore, to prevent detection the Sindbad possesses camouflage painting. In addition, its outer plating is cooled to make it invisible to thermal imaging like the Egil. Furthermore, it can only barely or not at all be detected by radar units due to its magnetic absorbers. With its reconnaissance, the Sindbad can in optimal conditions identify individual persons in a distance of 7000 m, groups of individuals in a distance of 10000 m and vehicles and structures at a distance of 21000 m. Additionally, it is capable of intercepting and relaying communications with appropriate monitoring equipment. Because of its lacking armor, the Sindbad can carry the biggest supply of oxygen and is due to its resistant external cladding and additional shielding against radiation suited for the exploration of areas hostile to life1. To save further weight, the Sindbad can for defense in emergency situations only carry one primary and secondary weapon, or none at all.

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