The CLT-95 (95式冷凍レーザータンク is a specialized version of the Kyūgo-shiki Reitō Rēzā Tanku, lit. "Type 95 Refrigeration Laser Tank")Maser Cannon that appears in the 1995 Godzilla film Godzilla vs. Destoroyah. They are towed by six-wheel tractors labeled on their exteriors as DAG-MB96.
A new version of the Maser Cannons which had so aided the JSDF during the 1990s, the CLT-95, armed with the new Ultra-Low Temperature (ULT) Laser cannons or Cryolasers, was deployed once it became apparent that Godzilla was slowly turning into an unstable nuclear force. Several were rolled out alongside a fleet of AH-64 Apaches and Type 90 Tanks to deal with the army of Juvenile Destoroyahs. At first, they made light work against the horde of Precambrian creatures, but were soon outmatched when they combined into the stronger Aggregate Form.
Later, in the final moments of Godzilla's battle in Tokyo against Destoroyah's Perfect Form, the CLT-95s were deployed in a pincer movement alongside detachments of modified MBT-MB92s and MBAW-93s, as well as the Super X3, which provided close-air support. Taking up positions on the battlefield, the ground units took aim at Destoroyah - who was attempting to escape, having realised it was impossible to defeat Godzilla - and began a relentless barrage against him. This, combined with the Super X3's own freezer weapons, quickly caused Destoroyah's wings to become shredded, then frozen over. Destoroyah plunged towards the superheated ground and exploded into a fine white mist. Together, Godzilla and the freezer units had put an end to Destoroyah's reign of terror, once and for all.
However, the crisis wasn't over, and Godzilla's meltdown had now reached a critical stage. The freezer units and the Super X3 then turned their weapons on Godzilla. While the effort was successful in preventing Godzilla's melting body from breaching the Earth's crust, the meltdown was unstoppable, and his flesh melted off his skeleton, showering radiation over the city. Just as it seemed that Tokyo had been rendered permanently uninhabitable, the radiation rapidly decreased back to normal background levels. In his final moments, Godzilla had given his radiation to his son, reviving him as the new King of the Monsters.
The CLT-95 is armed with a ultra-low temperature laser cannon.
The CLT-95 is also armed with two eight-cell rocket launchers loaded with freezer missiles and Cadmium missiles, for a total of 16 missiles.
The CLT-95 has a maximum tow speed of 55 kilometers per hour (~34 miles per hour).
Anatomy concept art by Shinji Nishikawa
An assortment of CLT-95s, alongside Type 90 Tanks and other military vehicles
Detailed view of a CLT-95's Cadmium missile launchers
CLT-95 prop in The Gransazers
S.H. MonsterArts CLT-95, included with Burning Godzilla
- A CLT-95 prop appears at the beginning of the first episode of The Gransazers as one of the weapons used by an ancient, advanced human society to defend itself against Wouf Manafe.
- One piece of concept art for the MBAW-93, which debuted in Godzilla vs. Mothra, featured four panels near the cannon tip. This would ultimately be used for the CLT-95's design instead.
- The MBAW-93 and CLT-95's optional missile pods are mounted in a vertical position, while the MBT-MB92's are mounted in a horizontal position.
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