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"Eurocorp is proud to present the latest in police and private security personal power-armor, the Mk. XVII Enforcer. With the latest systems and material produced entirely in-house by Eurcorp, this high-tech suit is guaranteed to make criminals think twice before committing a crime."
Eurocorp presentation of the Enforcer power-armor to Quebec City in Quebec, Canada.
Eurocorp Mk. XVII 'Enforcer' Power Armor.
Eurocorp's entry onto the field of power armor was subdued and generally obscured by the entries made by Arasaka and Genom Los Angeles, but this merely allowed Eurocorp to privately work to create a power armor that could be sold to the police agencies around the world.
The Mk. XVII Enforcer is a police power armor capable of being deployed into any danger situation and requires barely any work to make it into a military suit.
Designed to be cheap and durable, the Enforcer lacks the MDC materials that make the others so expensive and goes for conventional armor materials backed up by an active repair system that allows a suit to get back into the fight with minutes of activating and is capable of using a variety of small arms and heavy weapons, cutting down on internal bulk to further increase physical strength and endurance.
Also, the Enforcer uses much of the foam-metal and memory-plastic components found in its cybernetics, making for an 79% parts commonality and thus cheaper repairs and maintenance.
Currently, the Enforcer is in use with Quebec City Police and is being reviewed by the Gotham City Police Department
Reinforced foam-metal composite armor with reactive layers.
-Norse Technology Fandrall .50 AE Revolver
-FAMAS 12mm Assault Rifle
-Internal Medical System
-Automatic Repair System
-Memory Plastic muscle package capable of lifting 5 metric tonnes.
-Helmet Optics fitted with low-light intensification, thermal imaging, and electronic zoom up to 128 times normal size.
-Full Environment Sealing with internal oxygen scrubber.
Standard police model: $500,000
SWAT Model: $650,000; includes reinforced armor and better optics.
F-SWTI Model: $800,000; partial rebuild of suit to fit enhanced muscle package and better armour along with jump-jets and glider system.