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.
Meet the A4A Hurricane, a fighting spacecraft that packs a deadly punch into a slight fuselage. The spacecraft compensates for its lack of creature comforts with its powerful armament, boasting six guns capable of blasting their way through nearly anything. Hurricane pilots have yet to find an enemy shield they can’t knock down.
The Anvil Aerospace U4A-3 Terrapin is an armored reconnaissance vehicle used for scanning and exploration by the UEE Miltary. It features an oversized shield generator and a reinforced plated hull, because of which the Terrapin can withstand extreme environment as well as formidable hostile contacts. Due to the Terrapin's thick armor, however, the ship has insufficient capacity to vent its heat. To vent this excess heat, the armor panels can be retracted, a mechanic that has been described as to 'come up for air'. The Terrapin comes standard with top-of-class, long-range radar, and is an ideal candidate for exploratory and reconnaissance expeditions. As secondary roles, it is said that the Terrapin can be used for both Search and Rescue and as Troop Transport.
The ARGO Astronautics MPUV-1C (commonly ‘Argo Cargo’) is a dedicated merchant transfer ship, a ubiquitous intergalactic stevedore. Vast numbers of Argo Cargos are responsible for loading and unloading goods onto massive long-haul transports and miners that cannot otherwise land on planets or drydocks, such as the Hull D and the Orion. Some captains choose to own and operate their own Argo, while others pay privately owned ships operating as port services a rental fee for performing the unloading process.
The ARGO Astronautics MPUV-1P (commonly ‘Argo Personnel.’) is geared towards a simple but incredibly important responsibility: moving grounds of people from place to place. The UEE Navy uses MPUV-1Ps extensively, and any new recruit can likely recall those terrifying moments in which such a ship carried them to their first space assignment. In civilian hands, Argo Personnel ships are adapted for everything from standard taxi services to use as makeshift combat dropships. The ARGO is capable of carrying up to eight humans and their equipment.
The Banu Merchantman is a trading ship capable of landing or docking and then inviting locals in to view what it’s cargo holds have to offer. The ship design, perfected by generations of Banu development, is intended to offer a combination of high speed and durability. While the Banu is less configurable than a Caterpillar or a Starfarer, there’s still plenty of room to take the ship in different directions.