Gunner: Burn, baby, burn! The War Sequence : Altar Of Infinity is focused around this, as the name implies: it's broken up into rounds and each enemy you kill gives you BP, which you can spend on temporary powerups that last until the end of the level. Since these garages would be vulnerable to enemy asat weapons if left in a fixed orbit, they would have to be spacecraft in their own right, capable of manoeuvre and orbital changes, and at the very least treated to minimize visual, radar and thermal emissions. 5 The cervix has an inner mucosal layer, a thick layer of smooth muscle, and posteriorly the supravaginal portion has a serosal covering consisting of connective tissue and overlying peritoneum. The ares launchers would be retained in orbit to become the building blocks for second generation space garages, larger space structures or as the elements of commercial or Space Navy spaceships. Laserstar is an overused term, which has been used to describe either a very large laser-armed vessel that is the political and operational equivalent of a modern CVN, or simply a vessel that has as its primary offensive armament a single large laser. As mentioned in Section 2, there is no reason to place humans in battle aboard either of the first two types of craft. Which brings me to a cynical explanation for why else the Rebellion had so many different Starfighters in all likelihood, there was more gerrymandering required from the Rebellion than the Empire, when negotiating the support of planetary systems. 2) A combat spacecraft used to carry short-range space fighters into action. I guess you'd have 'Space Control Ships' as capital ships, 'Drone Carriers' as your major combatents, and with various daughter ships and small specialized ships as minor combatents, just to keep with the naval theme. Part of this is that in many cases, warfare may resemble the formal, positional wars of the 18th century, with a premium placed on outmaneuvering the enemy and a minimum of destruction of assets. "Development of the Urogenital system". That doesn't necessarily mean Old Arad went away, however.