Katana statistics Mark II

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BASIC STATISTICS

Class Name       : KATANA
Classification   : Warship, long-range anti-piracy varient
Type             : CL (Light Cruiser)
Model Number     : II  (AKIRA IVp)


PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Length           : 464 m
Beam             : 317 m
Draft            : 87 m
Displacement     : 3,855,394 mt


CREW COMPLEMENT
Total Standard   : 767
Officers         :  52
Crew             : 471
Flight Officers  :  30*
Flight Crew      :  54
Marines          : 160
*given standard loadout below



PROPULSION SYSTEMS
Warp Propulsion System
Drive Type       : ILN-505 Mk X
     Number      : 2
Main Reactor     : FRAM-1200

Impulse System
Drive Type       : KRLT
     Number      : 2
Secondary Reactor: FRIF-700 Network


D-Warp Drive     : Dim-IV M1i


VELOCITY:
     Standard Cruise Speed   : 7.0
     Maximum Cruise Speed    : 9.43
     Sustainable for 12 hours: 9.80
     Maximum Emergency Speed : 9.90
     Core Failure Imminent   : 9.94


ARMAMENT
     Phaser, Type X
          Number : 4 banks
          Range  : 300,000 km
          Arcs   : saucer dorsal array
                   saucer ventral array
                   aft hull dorsal array (p/s, split array using a single capacitor bank)
                   aft hull ventral aft array

     Phaser, Type Xa, Pulse Phaser Turrets
          Number : 4 turrets
          Range  : 200,000 km
          Arcs   : fwd firing (p/s)
                   aft firing (p/s)

     Flux Torpedo Mk III Seeking/Direct
          Number : 3 tubes
          Range  : Flux 3,500,000 km, Photon 3,000,000
          Arcs   : 2 forward, 1 aft

     Point Defense Lasers, type III
          Number : 14 (7 turrets of 2 lasers each)
          Range  : 250,000 km
          Arcs   : saucer dorsal turrets (f/p, f/s)
                 : saucer ventral turrets (f/p, f/s)
                 : mid-pontoon turrets (f/p/a, f/s/a)
                 : saucer ventral turret (a)

     Point Defense Drones, type III
          Number : 2 launchers
          Arcs   : saucer dorsal launcher (p/s)
      Complement : 60 drones (30 per side)

Deflector System : FD-10e enhanced cocoon multiphasic deflector shields

Limited Ablative Armor

OTHER SYSTEMS
Transporters
     Standard, 6-person  :  4
     Combat, 12-person   :  3
     Emergency, 16-person:  3
     Cargo               :  2

Shuttle Bays     : 3
Embarked Craft (Standard, specific ships may vary)

Primary Hull Dorsal Aft Bay
     Shuttlepod              :  4
     Personnel Shuttle, Small:  3
     Personnel Shuttle, Large:  2
     Shuttle, D-Warp         :  3
     Cargo Shuttle           :  1

Secondary Hull Ventral Aft Bay
     Single-seat space superiouty fighter: 8
     Dual-seat strike fighter            : 8

Secondary Hull Ventral Forward Bay
     Scout ship : 1
     E-12       : 2


Notes:

The KATANA-class is a long-range patrol variant of the MONTU. While maintaining the same overall dimensions, 
the class is distinguishable by altered weapon mounts and differences in the lower primary hull. These 
alterations increase the volume of the saucer so as to allow for the inclusion of larger shuttle bays. These 
bays are designed to hold combat shuttles and support craft which greatly increase the ability of a single 
KATANA to thoroughly scout a star system. This is invaluable in independent patrols, particularly in the 
anti-piracy role for which the ship was designed. While combat shuttles are of very limited use against 
proper warships, most pirate vessels are equipped with older systems and lack the redundancy and 
compartmentalization which make true military starships difficult to kill. Because piracy primarily exists 
in relatively sparsely populated sectors and border areas where an increased military presense is either not 
economically or politically feasible, increasing the effectiveness of a single small units was of paramount 
importance in the design.

Instead of a single shuttle bay on the dorsal aft of the saucer, as a standard MONTU or AKIRA, the KATANA 
features three bays. The class keeps the original bay, but adds two bays to the expanded ventral saucer. The 
fighter bay is in the aft of the lower portion of the primary hull. The third bay carries two E-12 tactical 
warning and control runabouts for use with the combat shuttles and a single warp-capable scout ship to 
extend the long range scouting abilities of the mother ship.

The KATANA-class also features improved remote systems which allow for the ship to be manned by a smaller 
crew than a conventional cruiser. This frees necessary space for combat shuttle pilots and maintenance 
personnel and actually results in a slightly reduced overall crew as compared to a conventional MONTU.

The original MONTU-class cruiser is a descendent of the successful AKIRA-class warships that entered service 
early in the 2330's. The revolutionary catamaran configuration of the AKIRA's had proven itself as an 
efficient and robust design through diverse tactical engagements. 

The KATANA incorporates the same SCIMITAR tactical sensor suite as a standard MONTU.

Application of ablative armor to critical areas of the structure, as deemed necessary from the AKIRA's, has 
also provided a much needed defensive boost to the refit design. Likewise the incorporation of a point 
defense system adds to defense by providing an additional defence against missile and projectile attacks.
The mark II model of the KATANA has been modified to handle the latest advanced combat shuttles which 
possess gravitic rather than conventional impulse drives. These craft were first deployed on the 
KRONSHTADT-class advanced escort carriers.

Because of the new drive system, the shuttles must be pushed clear of the hull before bringing their own 
drives to full power. This creates a vulnearability when they are deployed from a conventional carrier. As
such, the mark II KATANA has been outfitted with laterally-mounted linear accelerators which serve as launch 
tubes. These literally fire the shuttles out of the side of the ship. Since the shuttle's own drive is on
standby, they have limited intertial compensation during this phase so accelerations are limited, but it 
does push them well clear of the hull more efficiently than using tractor beams. Should the tubes be 
damaged, it is possible to deploy the shuttles through the aft recovery doors by using tractor beams. 
However, this operation is much slower.

F-39 Shikra Combat Shuttle:  The production version of the limited production prototype Spectre is the 
replacement for the Phantom fighter. The Shikra has a higher cruise and maximum flight speed and is better 
armed. The new sublight drive system gives the fighter 250% of the acceleration
of older F-4.


Designation:                F-39
Nick name:                  Shikra
Type:                       single pilot, space superiority fighter
Dimensions:                 Length:  15.5m, Beam:  11.0m, Draft:  4.5m
Maximum Takeoff Weight:     40 mt
Speed:
     Maximum Range Cruise:  0.30c
     Shield Limit:          0.80c
Acceleration:               600 km/sec^2
Armament:
     Type Va pulse phaser
          Number:           2, forward
          Range:            75,000 km
     Mk V mini-Photon torpedo
          Number:           1, forward (4 reloads)
          Range:            500,000 km
Shields:                    FC-4b
Atmospheric capabilities:        Yes
Planetary landing capabilities:  Yes
Escape Pod:                      Mk IV POIS ejection capsule.
Emergency Transporter:           (one time use)


A-41 Caracara Combat Shuttle:  The replacement for the Lightning strike
fighter, the Firkin has a higher cruise and maximum flight speed and is
better armed than its predecessor

Designation:                A-41
Nick name:                  Caracara
Type:                       two-person strike fighter
Dimensions:                 Length:  17.0m, Beam:  12.3m, Draft:  4.7m
Maximum Takeoff Weight:     45 mt
Speed:
     Maximum Range Cruise:  0.28c
     Shield Limit:          0.78c
Acceleration:               590 km/sec^2
Armament:
     Type V phaser
          Number:           1, forward
          Range:            100,000 km
     Type Va pulse phaser
          Number:           2, forward
          Range:            75,000 km
     Mk V mini-Photon torpedo
          Number:           1, forward (3 reloads)
          Range:            500,000 km
Shields:                    FC-4b
Atmospheric capabilities:        Yes
Planetary landing capabilities:  Yes
Escape Pod:                      Mk IV POIS ejection capsule.
Emergency Transporter:           (one time use)

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