Resistance - MT-90 Jackson (Armored Personnel Carrier)
The Jackson was one of the most numerous vehicles in service with the pre-war armies of mankind, and despite the appalling losses during the Scourge invasion it remains relatively plentiful today. It was primarily designed as an armoured troop transport although a plethora of variants are known to have existed. Its standard capacity of 10 men is somewhat lower than that of its modern equivalent although it features thicker and heavier armour. Indeed, despite being smaller than the UCM Bear APC it is actually a little heavier since the later makes extensive use of advanced composites. The MT-90 is best known for its half-track design, a configuration revisited after a lengthy absence from battlefields. It featured several forward looking innovations however, including the rubberised wirecomposite mono-piece tracks which would later be perfected by the UCM to see use in almost all its tracked vehicles.