Russian Federation Valkyrie naming system:
LST (Light Soldier Tank)
MST (Medium Soldier Tank)
HST (Heavy Soldier Tank)
XX = First Year of Service
Named for characters and creatures from Russian mythology
The Ivan is the Russian Federation’s primary Valkyrie. It mounts a Heavy Cannon, Medium Cannon, and Small Missile Rack.
The Koschei is a fire support Valkyrie designed to stand-off and provide long range fire support to clear the path for the assault forces. The Koschei mounts 2 Large Rocket Pods and 2 Medium Cannons.
The Domovoi is a scout Valkyrie. It’s high speed and close-in fire power make it an excellent unit to lead the assault. The Domovoi is lightly-armed with a Small Rocket Pod and Light Cannon.
HST-44 “Baba Yaga”
The Baba Yaga’s came as a shock to the other powers with it large bore artillery cannon, it combines the best of an artillery unit and a Valkyrie. Baba Yaga’s also mount substantial medium range and short range firepower in the case they are directly engaged in combat. The Baba Yaga carries a Heavy Artillery Cannon, Heavy Cannon, and a Heavy Flame Thrower.
The T-80 is the successor to the legendary T-72 Soviet main battle tank. Armed with a Heavy Cannon, it forms the heavy armor backbone of the Russian Federation army in 2060.
The BTR-80 is an APC (Armored Personnel Carrier). It carries up to 2 squads of Infantry at high speed into battle. Once in combat, it has a turreted machine gun to provide additional firepower for the Infantry.
The 2S19 is a Self-Propelled Artillery vehicle. It provides long range firepower with its Heavy Artillery Cannon.
The GAZ-2330 is a light utility vehicle, much like the American HumVee, and is armed with a machine gun.