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AT-AT attack on Earth


Surface Attack! 

When an Imperial Admiral brings the fleet of star destroyers out of light speed too close to the target system, it's time for a surface attack! Here we have concrete evidence of the Empire's involvement in earthly conflicts: An Imperial All Terrain Armored Transport (AT-AT). The photograph appears to be of WWII, somewhere in eastern Europe. We hope the lady in the photo got away safe!

The AT-AT walker was a behemoth of a war machine, standing at a height of 22.5 meters. The quadrupedal walker closely resembled ancient beasts of war,or even a giant legendary beast from the dark side of the Force. Designed for the dual purpose of crushing and demoralizing enemy forces, and also serving as a transport for Imperial troops and light vehicles, the AT-AT was unsurpassed as the most awesome vehicle in the Imperial Army inventory. Its intimidating and powerful presence often earned it the distinction of being the first vehicle into a combat zone.

The ISWWR team has spent hours sifting through old war photographs and the the level of destruction is often difficult to fathom. This find, however, may explain how devastation to such a degree was possible. The reason behind Imperial involvement on earth remains a mystery.

Evidence #: ISWWR0000021 

Submission by W. Nguy 

Below: A technical illustration of an AT-AT.

 
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