|Role||Transport, Light Attack, Battlefield Logistics, Survey and Reconaissance|
|National origin||Kingdom of Wessex|
|Primary users|| Wessex Maritime Self Defence Force|
Royal Wessen Coast Guard
The Raptor is an angular vehicle designed for its function. The forward section consists of the Flight Cabin, with two side-by-side seats for both the Pilot and ECO, with a large 'bubble' canopy allowing views from all sides. On the military version, the flight cabin opens into the main compartment where a workstation containing early warning, electronic countermeasures, and other equipment is manned by the ECO when not co-piloting the craft. The Civilian version, used by the Coast Guard contains seating, and room for two stretchers.
Access to the Raptor's main compartment is primarily through a large port-side hydraulic door, and a floor-mounted hatchway provides access through the deck.
Raptors are powered by two main Jet engines mounted at the rear of the craft, which power the Raptor whilst in flight. When taking off or landing, the craft has small jets located on the craft's underbelly to allow it take off and land vertically. To manouver whilst taking of landing, the Raptor has a set of Reaction Control Points, which allow it to manouver quickly by using highly compressed air pushed out a several vents across the craft's body.
Raptors are mostly unarmed, if used in logistics, transport or reconnaisance. However other versions of the Raptor are Armed with standard issue WMSDF craft armaments.
- Balistic Missiles (Often)
- Electro-Magnetic Pulse Weaponry (Mandatory) - Non-Lethal
- Pulsed Energy Projection System (Often) - Non-Lethal
- Standard Munitions (Mandatory)
- Often Armed with Flares for Emergencies.