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Toward the end of the Great Rossberan War, the chuyinka deployed some very advanced weaponry to the battlefield. The fully mechanised divisions were typically centred around a command tank with a very tall turret. This tank is armed with a 111mm main gun, which was powerful enough to take out even the heaviest Rossberan tanks, as well as a coaxial 40mm anti-tank gun, for use against smaller armoured vehicles. Because of the tall turret on a modified TVS chassis, the mechanisms had to be carefully crafted, and very few of these nearly invincible tanks were made, hence their command role.
After the end of the Great Rossberan War and the formation of the SFCR and ROVS, most of the surviving GVS vehicles were retrofitted with electronic warfare equipment, better drive components, applique composite armour, ERA panels and even APS. The most significant addition, however, came in the form of high-power radio transmitters to control multiple robotic tanks, and thus the GVS retained its command role before being replaced with the scratch-built ShU-1.