COLONIAL VIPER MARK II
(Black Ops)

Source: Battlestar Galactica

Year: 2007

Assortment: 3" Vehicles

Retail: $5.99

Date Stamp: None

Features:

  • Landing Gear
  • Display Stand
  • Function: Courier and Reconnaissance
    Operational: Both in space and atmospheric environments
    Wingspan: 18.5'
    Weapons: Replaced with extra fuel pods
    Affiliation: Colonial military
    Equipped With: Torbo Boosters
    Comments: This repainted and refitted Mark II was pulled from the museum aboard the Battlestar Galactica and forced into service during the first few, panicked hours after the Cylon attack on the Colonies. Since then, it has been painted black to make it sink into the dark background of deep space, hiding it from visual scans. It has had every bit of unnecessary equipment pulled out, sacrificing mass for acceleration. Targeting systems have been replaced with electronic countermeasures pulled from a Raptor, allowing it to spoof enemy dradus. All these changes make it an ideal short-range, high-velocity recon and courier ship used on black ops throughout the fleet.


    Points of Interest:
  • Colonial Viper Mark II is a repaint of Colonial Viper Mark II, now with black ops deco.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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