The Anvil Aerospace Carrack has been the vanguard of every UEE exploration effort in recent years. The ship features reinforced fuel tanks for long-duration flight, a highly advanced jump drive array and a dedicated computer core room that allows it to put the maximum processing power into jump charting operations. Originally a military exclusive, the Carrack is now available for civilian use as a pathfinder spacecraft. On-board accommodations allow for truly self-sufficient flight, including crew medical and repair facilities, and a mapping-oriented sensor suite capable of always charting a route home!
A so-called 'flying toolbox,' the Crucible is Anvil Aerospace’s first dedicated repair ship. Featuring a rotating control bridge and a detachable pressurized workspace, the Crucible is a versatile mobile garage equipped with repair arms, a drone operation center and all the equipment needed to overhaul a damaged craft back into fighting shape.
The Anvil Aerospace Hornet F7C is the civilian version of the Hornet Series. It is a multi-purpose fighter and is used by the UEE Navy. The F7C Hornet is the first civilian ship produced by Anvil Aerospace. Due to the UEE military secrecy laws, that 60% of the military hardware in a given spacecraft cannot be offered to the civilians, Anvil has to replace existing systems without being given access to their military equivalents.
The Anvil Aerospace F7C-M Super Hornet is a heavily-armed medium fighter. It is civilian version of the Hornet Series that is closest legally possible loadout of the military Hornet F7A. It features a second passenger seat to split the logistic and combat duty.
The civilian model of the Gladiator appeals to those who would like to explore the 'Verse with a bit of added security. Supporting a maximum of two the Gladiator is perfectly equipped to explore and fight with or without a wingman. The Civilian model allows pilots to choose between an extra cargo hold or a bomb bay.
The Anvil Aerospace F7C-S Hornet Ghost is the stealth version of the Hornet Series. Through a combination of low-emission drives, low-draw weapons, and Void Armor technology capable of diffusing scans, the F7C-S Ghost is built for the pilot who wants to keep a low profile.
The Anvil Aerospace F7C-R Hornet Tracker is the scout version of the Hornet Series. It features a radar instead of an unmanned turret.