This mod is a space combat only modification. You will be able to command the UNSC or Covenant fleet. What will you do? Help the UNSC defend all her colonies? Or will you join the Covenant and destroy every single human piece of filth in your way?

Halo: Fleet Command is a Total Conversion Mod for the underrated Nexus: The Jupiter Incident, bringing the Halo Universe to NJI. Everything redone and overhauled to portray the Halo Universe perfectly.

Halo: Fleet Command is in no way affiliated with Mithis Entertainment or Bungie. This is a fan made project for fans.

Note that sometimes production of this mod may seem slow. If you feel its too slow, feel free to help out. Don't worry though, this mod will never die. Also note that models and textures can change during development as some are placeholders atm.

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3 comments by chakotay02 on Mar 17th, 2013

Hello everyone,

First up is a UNSC fortress/staging station. When the first Outer Colonies began to fall, the UNSC saw the need for a place to stand in between the falling colonies to hold the line a little longer and to provide aid for the fleeing civilian ships. After some time, the first fortress/staging station FS-0001 was created. FS-0001 was easily deployable, sporting enough weapons and armor to hold out against a small assault and having enough space to provide relief for several vessels. Expect this station to show its face in the campaign.

UNSC staging station

One of ONI's best kept secrets has been this ship; the Point of no Return. Although ONI has many facilities and bases, this ship is used by the top of ONI as a command ship and secure conference location. Only a handful of people know of this ship. Further information is classified.

Point of no Return briefing

A huge platform that is capable of repairing and/or refitting up to six ships of Destroyer size or smaller at a time. These platforms were scarce throughout the UNSC fleet, but there were several who were constantly moving around to keep up with the UNSC fleets that were getting cut into pieces trying to defend their planets. Later in the war, these platforms were used as shields against the Covenant's plasma. But which of these two designs do you like best?

UNSC repair and refit station design 1UNSC repair and refit station design 2

UNSC repair and refit station design 1UNSC repair and refit station design 2

And the final new ship we've probably all been seeing a lot lately; the UNSC Infinity. Build as a last resort if Earth should fall, the Infinity possesses all of the Forerunner technology the UNSC ever found and extracted and is armed to the teeth. When the war ended it became the UNSC's new flagship.

Briefing of the Infinity

An idea I have for the campaign is to include this ship; the Gungnir. It's a refitted Phoenix class Colony ship that has been in the war from the beginning. It has been under heavy attack several times and been patched up several times, but it always had to be rushed into service again. So its decline is showing.


I've mentioned a campaign once or twice now, and it is something I have planned. It will, however, be one of the last things created for this mod. In other news; my music artist is having internet trouble, so I can't upload his work just yet, but I will as soon as I have it!

Until next time,


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A UNSC database which gives information about a lot of UNSC and Covenant matters. Note that not all ships have a picture yet. This is because these ships...

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TheBleachDoctor Feb 19 2013, 12:53pm says:

How long do you think it will take to come out with a beta for this mod?

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chakotay02 Feb 22 2013, 8:24am replied:

It will take quite some time. I am still producing models and have yet to begin with getting models ingame and adjusting the game to the Halo universe.

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TheBleachDoctor Jan 28 2013, 8:28pm says:

IN your experience, how much time does it take to model, texture, and rig up one single ship?

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chakotay02 Jan 29 2013, 10:56am replied:

That depends heavily on the kind of ship. I did the Infinity spread over a couple of days for several hours a day, while I'm now doing a UNSC refit/repair station in just several hours. Covenant is also a lot tougher to do then UNSC since the Covenant has a more organic form. Why do you ask?

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TheBleachDoctor Jan 30 2013, 8:10pm replied:

I'm thinking of trying to make my own mod.
It's going to be based off of the webcomic Homestuck.

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neronix17 Mar 17 2013, 9:22pm replied:

It also depends even more heavily on your own personal skill in modelling, texturing and everything else. If you have never modeled before then it will obviously take a good while longer than someone who has done modelling for years.

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bellino Jan 19 2013, 5:01pm says:

I can slightly model and texture, and I would like to help and learn to d so. However, I would need to know what software you use because I have Sketchup and I don't believe it works for the game. If so, contact me at

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TheBleachDoctor Jan 9 2013, 9:05pm says:

You know, rather than have so many ship designs with low-quality models and textures, maybe you should have only made a few ships with high-quality textures and models.

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chakotay02 Jan 14 2013, 8:02pm replied:

My latest models aren't that low-quality if I do say so myself, as for their textures ... well, I'm getting better but I'm still not too good at texturing. I do my best, and that's all I can offer for now seeing as good texturers are impossible to find.

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chakotay02 Dec 16 2012, 1:29pm replied:

Hmmm, not only do I prefer to make my own models, but if I were to do that, there'd probably be too large a contrast with the models I have since some of their latest models are highly detailed. They'd be welcome to my models though, but I believe they too prefer to make their own.

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