Tactical Corps Recon Battloid
The tactical Corps uses a battloid for reconnaissance, as well as rescue and recovery. As a special recon mecha it is equipped with enhanced optics, sensors and built-in video camera recording system. the T.C. Recon Battloid is less powerfully built than the G.M.P. Battloid, but it is a formidable fighting machine often used for scouting and investigation within enemy lines. It is also a troop support mecha, shielding and assisting soldiers in the field.
Twin heavy lasers are mounted on both sides of the head. The face plate is divided into high intensity spotlight (top) and special optical/camera system (bottom). The unit is also fitted with a sophisticated radar system which enables it to identify and track 100 individual targets, simultaneously, at a distance of 200 miles ( 321 km). A booster jet built into the back enables the battloid to perform jet boosted leaps of up to 200 feet (61 m) high and 100 feet (30.5 m) across. It also enables it to function underwater and in space, if necessary.