Two seated Strike Fighter
Two human operators
A single 10cm inch hull made of an ablative Naquada/Trinium/Titanium alloy
Single cockpit, with raised section at back.
>> Beam: 15m
>> Length: 10m
Single pilot and a single gunner
A single Mark III Naquada Generator
>> Two Improved Asgard Ion Sublight Engines, utilising a Naquadria injection system.
>> Anti-Gravity engines
>> One 25mm rail-gun, mounted on nose of fighter controlled by pilot
>> Two repeating energy weapons, mounted on wings of ship (rotational), controlled by gunner
>> A payload of modified AIM-240 AMRAAM missiles, controlled by gunner.
>> Capable of carrying a small number of Naquada enhanced bombs
>> Ablative Armour
>> Improved computer interface, using holographic imaging etc
>> Inertial Dampeners
>> Magnetic clamps
>> Small cloaking device (designed by Asgard)
Technical and Historical Notes:
The Fs-108 is the first of a new age of fighter, designed for speed and agility utilising a cloaking device for surprise tactics.
The Fs-108 was designed during the fight with the Ori to help eliminate the threat posed by the Ori fighters. It was designed with a new faster Ion engine, initiating a faster speed and tighter handling. It was enhanced by injecting Naquadria into the generators which along with the Naquada Reactors caused an unstable amount of energy, which when properly contained using inertial dampeners creates a much faster propulsion.
The fighter could easily out manoeuvre any fighter previously produced, allowing a much better potential. When the cloak is initiated the ship can easily fly undetected, and if the cloak should fail, the Fs-108 can easily out manoeuvre any point defence weapons.
As a strike fighter a squadron would activate a cloak and flank enemy fighter from behind, firing once in position causing a chaotic situation for the enemy.
There is only one flaw with the Fs-108 which is the firing mechanism affecting the Cloak matrix. When firing the weapons apart from the rockets, the cloak tends to fail due to fluctuations in the matrix. This was overcome by creating an automated cloaking system, which activates the cloak almost instantly after a lapse in fighter fire, allowing the fighter to disappear once the enemy has been destroyed.