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A-24 Sleuth

Name/Model# A-24 Sleuth
Designer/Manufacturer Incom Corporation
Combat Designation Scout Ship
Scale Starfighter
Length 14 Metres
Skill Space transports: A-24 Sleuth
Crew Skill ?
Crew 1 Pilot. Astromech Droid may serve as co-pilot.
Skeleton Crew None
Troop Capacity 1 Passenger (If modified; can carry 2 Passengers without affecting other stats)
Cost ?
Nav Computer Yes
Sublight Speed 8 Space Units
Hyperdrive Rating Class 1
Hyperdrive Backup Class 10
Atmospheric Speed 1,000 kph (WEG=350)
Manoeuvrability 2D
Cargo Capacity 2 Metric Tons
Consumables 3 Months
Weapons 2 Forward Laser Cannons (Fire-Linked)
Fire Control: 2D+1
Space Range: 1-3/12/25 Space Units
Atmospheric Range: 100-300 metres/1.2 km/2.5 km
Damage: 5D
Sensors Passive : 20 Space Units/0D
Scan : 35 Space Units/1D
Search : 40 Space Units/2D
Focus : 2 Space Units/3D
Shields/Hull Rating Shields 2D. Hull 3D+2

GOI incorrectly states cargo capacity of 3 tons. WBC states "an astromech droid may serve as co-pilot"; while GOI states the astromech droid is required. Both GG10 and WBC state the A-24 possesses a nav computer. According to GOI, the A-24 can use its nav computer or astromech droid (which has a 10 jump memory). The A-24 Sleuth Red Fang was modified to carry 2 passengers. Another A-24 was equipped with a high powered transmitter capable of sending very tight beam transmissions which are nearly undetectable; and difficult to jam. If the specific frequency and vector are known, the difficulty of signal interception is reduced. Although the signal itself is often encrypted.


    The A-24 Sleuth features high sublight speed and excellent manoeuvrability for a scout craft. Despite its somewhat awkward design and being older than the more popular scout ships, the A-24 is quite sufficient for engagements with other transports. The Sleuth was designed and released during the heyday of the Incom Corporation. When employed in the espionage role the A-24 has proven elusive to detection. In the case of blockade running, the Sleuth has also seen success. Smugglers are also known to employ this craft.

Sources: GG10***Pg 111 / GOI***Pg 68, 69 / WBC***Pg 80, 81