The SRf-06 Dahle was a general purpose mobile suit produced by the South Seas Alliance.
The SRf-06 Dahle was part of the Alliance’s defence forces that fended off a Zeon skirmish team in August UC 0080. It deployed both ground and water types against the Zeon’s MSM-04 Acguy team.
The Dahle had a standard cockpit in its torso. It could mount a floatation gear to engage on water surface.
Crew: Pilot only
Cockpit: Standard cockpit in torso
Head height: Unknown
Total height: Unknown
Empty weight: Unknown
Gross weight: Unknown
Sensor range: Unknown
Power plant: Minovsky type ultracompact fusion reactor
Power output: Unknown
Propulsion: Rocket thrusters: total ouput unknown
Max speed: Unknown
180° turn time: Unknown
Thrust-to-weight ratio: Unknown
‣ 1 x shield
‣ 1 x 120mm machine gun
‣ 1 x Heat Hawk Type 5
‣ 1 x 280 mm Zaku bazooka
The standard weapons used by the Dahle were a ranged weapon and a Heat Hawk for melee combat. It usually deployed with a 120 mm machine gun or a Zaku bazooka.
120 mm machine gun
The ZMP-50D machine gun was developed specifically for the Zaku II line. It was drum-fed with 100 rounds per drum. It did not require power to be fired. However, that reduced its effectiveness against heavy armour.
The Heat Hawk Type 5 was a melee weapon designed for the Zaku II. It was an axe with a super-heated metal blade that could melt armour as it cut. The thermal energy was generated by the Dahle’s fusion reactor and relayed through its hands to the Heat Hawk.
It was mainly used in close combat or against enemy ships. The Heat Hawk was clasped on the rear armour when not in use.
The Dahle had a shield mounted on its left arm. While the shield provided defence against conventional melee weapons and projectile weapons, it was unable to withstand beam weaponry.
280 mm Zaku bazooka
It could only take one front-loaded round each time. Due to the method of reloading and the low ammunitions capacity, the pilot had to be very tactful in using it. A magazine of four rounds was stored on the side hip armour.
The bazooka was clasped on the rear waist armour when not in use.