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Stryker here!
- Stryker ICV

The M1126 Infantry Carrier Vehicle is an armoured personnel carrier of the Task Force Talon and a variant of the Stryker.[1]

BackgroundEdit

Copy that, we're out of here!
- Stryker ICV

The M1126 Infantry Carrier Vehicle is an armored personnel carrier variant of the Stryker family of vehicles. It provides protected transport and supporting fire for infantry squads.

OverviewEdit

They are disembarking now, over.
- Stryker ICV unloading infantry

Versatile and lightweight, the Stryker ICV is designed to fulfil different roles to adapt to the changing battlefield. In its default mode, it fulfils the role of an APC as well as anti-infantry support.

Although it has medium armor and a high speed, it is always better to deploy Strykers in groups to be more effective. Use the ICV to transport troops, modify it to a MGS against tanks or a mortar support against enemy infantry. Their adaptability shows the flexibility of the TFT on the battlefield.

The M1128 MGS (Mobile Gun System) mode arms a 105mm M68 Anti-tank gun for that extra punch against vehicles, while the M1129 Mortar Carrier adds a 120mm Soltam Mortar weapon to provide some long range anti-infantry artillery. It should be noted that the ICV loses the ability to transport troops once the Stryker transforms to one of these 2 modes.

AbilitiesEdit

DA Portrait LoadUnit Load
An infantry unit that is selected will load into the Stryker ICV. Ability cannot be preformed if all the Stryker's transport slots are full or the Stryker has been upgraded.
DA Portrait UnloadUnits Unload all units
By instead pressing the V key and designating a location on the map, the Stryker will first move to that indicated location and unload there. Ability cannot be preformed if all the Stryker's transport slots are empty or the Stryker has been upgraded.

UpgradesEdit

DA Portrait Stryker MGS Stryker MGS
Costs $800. Upgrades Stryker ICV to M1128 Mobile Gun System.
DA Portrait Stryker MC Stryker MC
Costs $400. Upgrades Stryker ICV to M1129 Mortar Carrier.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. Eugen Systems, Atari, Act of War: Direct Action. March 15, 2005
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