In an alternative twist of history. Germany was not defeated in WW2. The world has changed. See description for more info, and backstory.
Standard Tactical Defense (STD) Emplacement: In modern times almost all of the Wehrmacht’s defenses for forward field bases rely on these simply emplacements. While the basic emplacement appears to be little more than a reinforced concrete foundation, underneath the structure lies a 4.5 generation MPK assisted computer, which can be connected to various different weapon systems. This system allows for the rapid construction and deployment of a variety of defenses for complete defense against modern combine arms tactics.
–Anti-infantry turret mount: Armed with two MG42 7.9mm machineguns, the Anti-infantry turret can shred mass concentrations of infantry in a matter of minutes. However, the weapon is near useless against most armored vehicles and cannot target aircraft effectively due to its light frame and mounting, as well as the lack of advance guidance systems.
– 8.8cm Anti-vehicle/anti-air turret mount: composed of an update of the fabled 8.8cm FlaK cannon fitted with autoloader and advance range finding equipment, the Anti-vehicle/anti-air turret can dispatch most vehicles and aircrafts with ease. Be advised, due to the nature of the autoloader and the types of ammunition involved, the turret cannot engage both aircraft and ground targets at the same setting. Switching between anti-air/anti-ground settings takes approximately five seconds, during which the turret cannot fire at any targets.
-12.8cm Anti-vehicle/anti-air turret mount: Similar to the 8.8cm FlaK turret, with the main difference in the mounting of a modernized 12.8 cm FlaK 40. The 12.8 cm FlaK 40 can destroy the heaviest bombers and tanks with ease. The 12.8cm FlaK 40 turret has the same disadvantage as its lighter counterpart, mainly the amount of time (seven seconds) it takes to switch between anti-air/anti-ground roles.
Model and skin by CoLT