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Macross class (SDFN-4 Bruno J. Global)

 

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Cruiser mode

Attack mode

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Macross class (SDF-1 Macross) (Movie version)

 

General and Technical Data

 

Class: Macross
Name: SDFN-4 Bruno J. Global
Ships of the line: SDF-1 Macross, SDF-2 Megalord (later completed as SDF-2 Megaroad-01), SDFN-1 Takashi Hayase, SDFN-4 Bruno J. Global, SDFN-8 Britai Kridanik, SDFN-? Macross Extra
Unit type:
super dimension fortress
Manufacturer: OTEC Company
Operator: NUNS (New U.N. Spacy)
First deployment: unknown

Complement: 10,000 crew (military/civilian)
Dimensions: overall height 312.0 meters; overall length 1,210.0 meters (original version), overall length 1,200.0 meters; overall width 600.0 meters
Weight: standard operating displacement 22,000,000.0 metric tons

Powerplant: OverTechnology Macross heat pile system cluster, power output rating unknown
Propulsion: main thrusters: OverTechnology Macross nozzle clusters; vertical thrusters: OverTechnology main nozzle clusters; OverTechnology vernier thrusters; OverTechnology Macross fold system cluster

Performance: unknown
Equipment and design features: sensors, range unknown; Destroid docking alcoves; pinpoint barrier system; full barrier system; OverTechnology Macross gravity control system
Fixed armaments: OverTechnology Macross super-dimension energy cannon with beam polarizing converging system, can only be fired in attack mode after loss of space fold system, mounted in bow; 8 x OverTechnology guided converging beam cannon system, mounted across hull; 4 x high-speed 178cm electromagnetic rail cannon, mounted across hull; many x large automatic anti-ship launcher, mounted across hull; many x auxiliary missile emplacement
Mecha/aircraft: unknown

 

Technical and Historical Notes

 

Following the devastation of Space War I, U.N. Spacy began mass producing the original Macross as the SDFN line. The SDFN ships were identical to the original Macross' 2012 refit configuration and retained its transformation functions. These ships were often deployed as advance scouts to secure routes for long-distance colonization fleets. One such ship was the Bruno J. Global, named after the captain of the original Macross. The Global’s armaments were the same as the first Macross and included a super dimension energy cannon, converging beam cannons, electromagnetic rail cannons, anti-ship missile launchers and missile emplacements. In 2048, the Global served as the flagship of the 117th Research Fleet, which was studying alien lifeforms known as the Vajra. The Global and the rest of the fleet were destroyed in 2048 after encountering hostile Vajra, but this information was suppressed by NUNS with the cover story that the fleet was lost to a fold navigation accident. The Global crashed on Gallia 4 and became a Vajra nest until it was fully destroyed shortly after its rediscovery in 2059.

 

Miscellaneous Information

 

Appearances: Macross Frontier (TV series); Macross Frontier (movies)
Original mechanical designer: Kazutaka Miyatake

 

Lineart

 

Anti-artillery guns

Destroid alcoves

Missile

Missile launcher

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