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February 12, 2009
This video shows surveillance footage of the MCV's(Allies) primary and secondary combat functions.
Battlefield reconnaissance has revealed at least these facts about the Allied MCV:
• Mobile -- Able to traverse rough terrain, the Mobile Construction Vehicle gives the Allied commander the ability to project power across the battlefield. It is also fully amphibious, able to float across open water atop a collapsible air cushion.
• Productive -- The MCV is able to deploy into a stationary Construction Yard. In this configuration, it can construct both production and defensive structures. The Construction Yard can also be upgraded to allow its VOIP system to produce the most advanced Allied war machines. And if the enemy gets too close, the Construction Yard can pack back up into the MCV configuration and move to a more advantageous location.
• Unarmed but Dangerous -- Neither the mobile or stationary configuration of the MCV is equipped with any weapons. While its sheer mass provides a level of protection against enemy weapons, the MCV required armed support to stay alive in a high-risk environment. But minor threats beware - MCV drivers have been known to try to crush unwary enemies beneath their eight massive treads.
• Well Stocked -- MCVs are well stocked with SPAM before entering the battlefield. This allows commanders with the capability to construct a small base and defensive force while they are establishing their supply chain.