Allied mobile construction vehicle (Red Alert 3)

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Mobile Construction Vehicle

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Internal name



Allies RA3.png Allied Nations


Mobile base construction



Hit points


Armour type

BaseSupportVehicleArmor (0% Melee, 0% Sniper, 50% Gun, 100% Auto Cannon, 100% Flak, 100% Rocket, 125% Cannon, 125% Prism, 125% Tesla, 100% Explosive, 100% Concussive, 5% Radiation)





Build time


Produced by
Land speed


Sea speed


Sight range
  • 200 (vision)
  • 500 (shroud reveal range)

Allied construction yard

The Allied Mobile Construction Vehicle (MCV) was the primary base construction vehicle used by the Allies during the Third World War and The Uprising.

Background[edit | edit source]

The Allied mobile construction vehicle was a massive, fully amphibious tracked vehicle. It was able to traverse rough terrain and float across open water, giving Allied commanders unprecedented an unprecedented ability to project precise military power.

The MCV could deploy into a stationary construction yard, which could construct both production and defensive structures using Standardised Production Automated Manufacturing (SPAM) Modules. SPAM modules allowed the fabrication of a wide variety of weapon systems from a single universal component, and was also used in the production structures constructed by the MCV. In addition, the MCV was also equipped with the Virtually Operated Industrial Production (VOIP) system, which allowed it to remotely enable the production of advanced technology.

MCVs were able to carry enough raw materials to be able to deploy a small base and fighting force even when cut off from supplies, and quickly construct a large advanced base when well-supplied. Since the demand for forward bases during the war was expected to far outweigh the number of Allied MCVs, they were expected to leave behind many small, stationary bases when they relocate across the battlefield.

MCV commanders were experienced veterans who have seen a minimum of three tours of duty.

Ability[edit | edit source]

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Unpack Transforms to a Construction Yard, which can create other military structures.

Changelog[edit | edit source]

Quote[edit | edit source]

Constructed[edit | edit source]

  • Construction vehicle, at your service!

Select[edit | edit source]

  • What is your request?
  • Yes sir?
  • What can we do for you sir?
  • Where do you need us?
  • Construction services!
  • Thank you for waiting sir!
  • Where is our destination?

Moving[edit | edit source]

  • Indeed!
  • As requested!
  • Full ahead!
  • Right away!
  • We'll get right on it!
  • Received!
  • A fine proposal!

Moving to land[edit | edit source]

  • We'll go by land!
  • Returning to land!
  • You prefer the land?

Moving to water[edit | edit source]

  • We'll go by sea!
  • Proceed into water!
  • Naval systems all ready!

Deploy[edit | edit source]

  • Ready for installation!
  • Prepare to deploy!
  • Deploying as ordered!
  • Setting up!

Retreating[edit | edit source]

  • Yes, I concur!
  • Much better!
  • We can still save it!
  • Hurry! before we're finished!

Under fire[edit | edit source]

  • Sir, they are attacking us!
  • How dare they harm us!
  • We're unarmed!
  • What savages!
  • We'll need to deploy soon!

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Video[edit | edit source]

Surveillance footage

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Both of the Allied MCV's primary systems are RTS in-jokes.
    • SPAM is a reference to "spamming", which, in the context of RTS games, refers to the act of attacking with a large number of a single unit.
    • VOIP stands for "Voice over Internet Protocol" in real life. It is a method for transmitting audio signals over the Internet, and is commonly used for the voice chat function in online video games, including Red Alert 3.
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