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The MA5D Assault Rifle is the latest model of Misriah Armory's famous MA5 Individual Combat Weapon System (ICWS) series. These exceptionally resilient, gas-operated, magazine-fed, automatic rifles are lethally efficient, regardless of hostile environmental conditions or duration of use in the field.
James Rhodes was a pilot in the U.S. Marines. He dons a modified version of the Iron Man armor given to him by Tony Stark and adopts the nickname War Machine. The War Machine armor is built for combat.
Wounded, captured and forced to build a weapon by his enemies, billionaire industrialist Tony Stark instead created an advanced suit of armor to save his life and escape captivity. Now with a new outlook on life, Tony uses his money and intelligence to make the world a safe, better place as Iron Man.
Is the primary defensive and offensive piece of equipment used by the Marvel Comic's Superhero Captain America. He is seldom seen without it.
Thor's Hammer is a fictional weapon that appears in publications from the Marvel Comics. It is the favored weapon of the superhero Thor.
The Poe Dameron's X-Wing Fighter appears in the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens movie.
The First Order Snowspeeder appears in the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens movie.
The Special Forces TIE Fighter appears in the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens movie.
The Kylo Ren's Command Shuttle appears in the new Star Wars: The Force Awakens movie.
While not as imposing as its larger AT-AT walker cousin, the AT-ST nonetheless served as a significant addition to the Imperial side of battlefields in the Galactic Civil War. The two-man craft is lightly armed with chin-mounted laser cannons, and side-mounted weapon pods. The two-legged transport, dubbed the scout walker by many, serves as a reconnaissance and patrol vehicle, often flanking approaching AT-ATs and mopping up infantry that sneaks past the larger walkers. The Imperials used AT-STs in both the Battle of Hoth and the Battle of Endor.
The deadly Slave I was infamous for its association with Jango Fett, a bounty hunter in Mandalorian armor. Fett packed the craft with weapons, from laser cannons and projectile launchers to seismic charges. After Jango's death, Boba Fett refitted Slave I and made it his own. A generation after his father's death, the distinctive craft remained the last thing fugitives wanted to see on their scanners.
An elegant example that stands apart from typical brutish Imperial engineering, the Lambda-class shuttle is a multi-purpose transport used in the Imperial Starfleet. The Empire pressed the shuttle into service for both cargo ferrying and passenger duty. Even the Empire's elite, like Darth Vader and the Emperor Palpatine used these shuttles. It has three wings: a stationary center foil and two articulated flanking wings. When in flight, the side wings fold out for greater stabilization. When landing, the wings fold in, shrinking the vessel's silhouette. The well-armed vessel has two forward-facing double laser cannons, two wing-mounted double cannons, and a rear-facing double laser cannon. It is equipped with a hyper drive.