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Wolverine SPAAA
Production information
Model

M9B4 SPAAA

Class

Self Propelled Anti Aircraft artillery

Technical specifications
Length

7.2 Metres

Width

3.4 Metres

Height

4.5 Metres

Mass

8.1 Tonnes

Maximum acceleration

68 KPH

Engine Power

350hp

Fuel Source

Diesel

Power plant

V-6

Armour

Amalgamated polymer lattice, five layers of alternating titanium and AEGIS plates, coated with extreme temperature resilient Kevlar

Sensor Systems
  • Target Acquisition and Designation System, Driver Night Vision System
  • Motion Trackers
  • Sky searching AESA RADAR
  • Target tracking AESA
  • LIDAR
  • GPS
Targeting systems
  • Multispectrum Optical Sensors
    • Optical
    • UV
    • Thermal
    • Night Vision
  • Laser rangefinder
  • SATCOM Uplink
Countermeasures
Armament
Crew
  • Driver (1)
  • Gunner (1)
  • Secondary gunner (1)
Usage
Role(s)

Anti Aircraft

Era(s)

Necros War

Affiliation

United Nations Space Command

  [Source]


"What?! I thought we phased these things out years ago!"
―General Kirsham after seeing the B4 model enter trials


The M9B4 Wolverine SPAAA is the latest version of the long serving Wolverine SPAAA, a half track vehicle mounting a selection of missile pods for anti-aircraft duties. The Wolverine is used to target and engage enemy aircraft at exceedingly long ranges using its own or linked RADAR systems.

The aircraft's primary armament consists of four pods, carrying five MIM-44 Slamdunk missiles. These pods are stacked and mounted on a turret, allowing the vehicle to track targets for boresight launches without having to move the platform. The turret also carries the sensor systems, including a sky searching AESA RADAR, which can for down behind the pods for stowage, a forward facing target tracking RADAR for directing the missiles upon launch and co-ordination and a cluster of sensor systems, including a electro-optical telescopic camera, hybridized night vision/thermal sight, combined LIDAR/rangefinder and a magnetic array. This allows it to track targets both actively and passively, across multiple spectrums. This turret is stabilized and entirely automated. This launcher, and its sensors are linked to the War Net, allowing the battery commander to direct fire remotely and co-ordinate with other UNSC sensor assets, such as forward reconnaissance, UAVs, reconnaissance jets, AWACS and satellite systems to fire outside of the launchers sensor range.

The vehicle is lightly armoured and equipped with a half-track style layout, with a pair of wheels for steering at the front and a pair of powered tracks at the back for forward motion and manoeuvring. The three man crew sit inside the cab in a 'fighter jet' style layout, with each one behind the other. The crew consists of the driver, the gunner, who operates the fire control, sensor and target priority systems, even operating it manually if needs be, and the commander, who operates the remote weapon and directs fire in co-ordination with the battery commander. To the right of the cab is the weapon station, for close in defence against possible infantry threats.

UNSC Remarks

"The use of Slumdunks have really expanded this thing's service life. Alot better than it's previous armaments."

"It fires fast as hell, it can go anywhere, its easy to reload. I never understood why anyone would want to replace it!"

Ground Vehicles of the UNSC during the Necros War

Scorpion & Variants

Scorpion MBT | Scorpion ARRV | Scorpion AVE | Scorpion ARC | Scorpion CV | Death Stalker AA | Fattail HAA | Brown Bear AHWV | Monitor AVP | Komodo AVP | Goanna ISV | Panther CAV

Heavy Tanks

Tiger HBT

Warthog Knight FAV family

Warthog Knight LRV | Warthog LAAV | Missile Warthog | Warthog TT | Warthog Assassin RAV | Warthog DTV | Warthog MV | Warthog AC | Sparkhog MEWS | Firehog CBR | Warthog Recovery Vehicle | Warthog Flatbed truck

Unified Combat Reconnaissance Vehicle

Coyote CRV | Stallion CRV | Bloodhound CRV | Puma ATV | Caracal ICV | Chameleon RV | Wallaby MEV | Ocelot AAA | Capybara C2V | Cub AHWV | Camel ASV | Bandicoot MLV | Elk REV | Mustang MGS | Manx MEWS | Boar MC

Exoskeletons

Wolf/Dire Wolf/Fenris ATAAS | Mantis ADS | Ogre ATABW

Artillery

Wolverine SPAAA | Bombadier SPMA | Firefly MLRS

Personnel Carriers

Crocodile IFV | Groundhog APC

Support Vehicles

Jaguar CV | Mammoth FOP | Elephant HRV | Behemoth ICP | Mastodon HAP | Alpha C2P | Omega MMP | Hippo MFH | Bison SC | Buffallo HSV | Diamondback MADS | Mole RE | Anaconda AT

Motorized Vehicles

Armadillo PTT | Weasel FAV | Mongoose ULATV | Gungoose RAV

Riverine and Landing craft

Swordfish RIB | Pike PB | Walleye PB | Dolphin-class LC | Orca-class Landing Craft Air Cushion

Naval Craft

Barracuda-class Corvette | Mako-class Frigate | Tigershark-class Submarine | Hammerhead-class Aircraft Carrier | Stingray-class Amphibious Assault Ship

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