Eagle Mk II

The Eagle is a proven combat fighter with a distinguished history. It is one of the smallest fighters available with jump capability. It has the distinction of being the only ship that has been so successful versions have been built for both the Federation and Imperial navies. This role has been superseded by the respective navies’ short range fighter programmes, but the Eagle still sees extensive service across human space. Core Dynamics are no longer building these ships, but do still provide parts and servicing due to their popularity.

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Specifications

Manufacturer:
Core Dynamics
Speed:
240 m/s
Boost speed:
350 m/s
Agility:
188
Crew:
1
Cost:
44,800 Cr
Base shield:
60 MJ
Base armour:
40
Hull mass:
50 t
Mass-lock factor:
6
Landing pad:
Small


Hardpoints

1
Pulse Laser [1F fixed] 
Small hardpoint
1
Pulse Laser [1F fixed] 
Small hardpoint
1
 
Small hardpoint
0
 
Utility mount

Internal

2
Power Plant [2E] 
Class 2 Reactor bay
3
Thrusters [3E] 
Class 3 Thruster mounting
3
Frame Shift Drive [3E] 
Class 3 FSD housing
1
Life Support [1E] 
Class 1 Environment control
2
Power Distributor [2E] 
Class 2 Power coupling
2
Sensors [2E] 
Class 2 Sensor suite
2
Fuel Tank [2C] 
Class 2 Fuel store

3
Shield Generator [3E] 
Class 3 Internal compartment
2
Cargo Rack [1E / capacity: 2] 
Class 2 Internal compartment
2
 
Class 2 Internal compartment
1
Basic Discovery Scanner 
Class 1 Internal compartment
1
 
Class 1 Internal compartment

Related Galnet news

28 Dec 3303
Galactic News: Core Dynamics Campaign Concludes

Core Dynamics has announced that its construction initiative has received the wholehearted support of the galactic community. Hundreds of pilots contributed to the campaign by delivering construction materials to Klimuk Ring, and by eliminating agitators in the Guaras system. The materials will be used to support a new wave of manufacture to replace ships lost in Thargoid attacks.

A spokesperson for Core Dynamics released the following statement:

“We are immensely grateful to the galactic community for its support. The acceleration of our production schedule has already begun, and our new ships should be rolling off the production line soon.”

Pilots who contributed to the initiative can now collect their rewards from Klimuk Ring in the Guaras system.

21 Dec 3303
Community Goal: Core Dynamics Campaign

Core Dynamics, one of the galaxy's largest starship manufacturers, has announced a new construction initiative in response to the rise in Thargoid attacks.

A spokesperson for Core Dynamics released the following statement:

"The number of ships lost to Thargoid attacks is increasing rapidly, leaving us with no option but to accelerate our production schedule. But we cannot do this without the support of the galactic community."

Guaras Blue Creative Partners have agreed to oversee the initiative, asking pilots to deliver titanium, power converters and superconductors to Klimuk Ring in the Guaras system. When the campaign officially ends on the 28th of December 3303, a discount of up to 20 per cent will be applied to the Federal Dropship, Federal Gunship and Federal Assault Ship for one week. Additionally, the rank requirements for those ships will be temporarily lifted.

The campaign begins on the 21st of December 3303 and will run for one week. If the final target is met earlier than planned, the campaign will end immediately.

12 Aug 3302
Galactic News: Economic Turmoil Ahead?

According to the Galactic Finance Times, analysis of the largest corporations in the Federation and the Empire reveals evidence of a significant economic downturn in the coming years.

"We're seeing poor revenue forecasts for a wide range of corporations, including big names like Sirius, Gutamaya and Core Dynamics," said a correspondent for the Galactic Finance Times. "They should be concentrating on marketing to leverage new product ranges, but instead they're diverting resources into intensive research and development. They're ignoring the traditional sales cycle, and we don't know why. It's perplexing."

Shareholders have seen poor returns on their investments in recent months, with stock prices dropping across multiple sectors, although this has given others a chance to pick up stock at bargain prices. Several of the pertinent corporations were contacted by the Galactic Finance Times, but none deigned to respond.

Despite the GFT's report, some commentators blame the downturn on the London Treaty, which was signed by the galaxy's three major powers in 3278 following the introduction of the frame shift drive. The treaty enforces strict tonnage limitations for capital ships, and was aimed at preventing an arms race, but in recent years it has come to be perceived as a barrier to economic development.

One option for investors looking for a risky but possibly lucrative venture is a start-up called MetaDrive Inc., a small company based in the Chi Orionis system specialising in hyperdrive research. The company is reported to be seeking investment.