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FFG-151 China Lake
UNSC China Lake (FFG-151)
Production information
Class

Guided Missile Frigate (FFG), Stealthed

Technical specifications
Length

489.8 metres (1,607 ft)

Width

155.2 metres (509 ft)

Height/depth

139.2 metres (457 ft)

Engine unit(s)

Deuterium Nuclear Fusion Reactor

Shielding

Yes

Hull

60 centimeters (2.0 feet) Titanium-A Battleplate

Armament
  • Magnetic Accelerator Cannon (1)
    • 1000 metric ton projectiles (22)
  • ARCHER missile pods (50)
    • ARCHER Missiles (1500)
  • 2x 50mm point defense guns (12)
  • SHIVA Thermonuclear Nuclear Missile (5)
Complement
  • 269th Naval Air Squadron
    • 1 Longsword Squadron (12 Longswords)
    • 2 Pelican flights (8 Pelicans)
  • 201st Orbital Drop Shock Trooper Company, 105th Orbital Drop Shock Troop Battalion
    • 48-70 Troopers
    • 32 Human Entry Vehicle launch tubes
    • 64 Human Entry Vehicles
  • 23rd Marine Company, 14th Marine Battalion
    • 160 Marines
Crew
Minimum crew
  • 25 UNSC Navy Personnel
  • 1 "smart" Artificial Intelligence
Usage
Role(s)
  • Intelligence gathering
    • COMINT
    • ELINT
    • Asset Retrieval
  • Reconnaissance
  • Weapons Testbed
Earliest sighting
  • 2555
Affiliation

Office of Naval Research

  [Source]


The UNSC China Lake (FFG-151) was a UNSC Navy Talos-class Frigate, commanded by Commander Steven C. Meeks. The warship operated under the Office of Naval Research as a weapons testbed, and primary asset retrieval vessel. Due to its importance to the Office of Naval Research, the vessel was equipped with a Shield Generator - capable of absorbing a large amount of damage before collapsing to recharge.