The Seagull Mk. II is a redesign of an old build. The original Seagull has been scrapped for about a year, but I got the inspiration to redo it after a couple recent additions to the GGE Navy (to be posted soon, hopefully).
This is the cleanest pic I could find.
The Seagull is modular so it can serve a variety of roles, including assault, search-and-rescue, and reconnaissance. It is commonly equipped with advanced electronic warfare systems to jam enemy sensors and provide long-range radar information. Weapons systems can be mounted to a variety of hardpoints as needed. Alternatively, searchlights and medical pods can be used in a Medevac configuration.
The base model is minimally equipped, with just two forward cannons.
These are used for purely logistical roles.
The Medevac model has additional searchlights and an advanced sensor suite, as well as additional wing-mounted medical pods for transporting patients. Two patients can be under active medical care in the rear cabin, and two patients can be carried in stasis on the wings, in addition to passengers with minor injuries in the front cabin.
A common assault configuration is equipped with 3 PDCs providing full coverage of the Seagull, twin rocket pods, and ship-to-ship torpedoes, as well as electronic warfare equipment. This configuration provides flexibility for dense combat situations, while maintaining the ability to carry marines or perform rescue operations.
The front cabin accommodates a crew of up to five, depending on the mission profile. A pilot and flight engineer are the typical minimum crew. The front is equipped with a small galley and weapons storage. The rear serves as an airlock for EVA missions, an emergency medbay, crew quarters, or passenger and cargo space.
The Seagull serves as the beloved workhorse of the GGE Navy, keeping supply lines open, scouting the battles ahead, and saving countless lives from the dangers of space. For the weary warriors of the GGE, no sight is more welcome than a convoy of Seagulls arriving with critical supplies and reinforcements.