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{{For|the specs on the Series 3|Serenity}}
 
{{For|the specs on the Series 3|Serenity}}
   
The Firefly Series 3 was produced in multiple versions. The standard version was the '''03-K64-Firefly''' produced for the civilian market. A '''Military Version'''—with multiple gun emplacements and wing mounted missiles—was approved for production in August 2463. Used during the [[Unification War]], they were decimated by the [[Alliance Fast Attack Ship]] following the [[Battle of Sturges]].
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The Firefly Series 3 was produced in multiple versions. The standard version was the '''03-K64-Firefly''' produced for the civilian market. A '''Military Version'''—with multiple gun emplacements and wing mounted missiles—was approved for production in August 2463. Used during the [[Unification War]], they were decimated by the [[Alliance Fast Attack Ship]].
   
 
The Series 3 featured a number of improvements over the earlier models, notably the extenders below the wings of the ship to stabilize the rotating VTOL engines, and hold them further from the main body of the craft (which keeps the ship from shaking as much as previous series, and allowed for [[shuttle]] bays to be built into the sides of design above the wings). Also, the Series 3 is longer, with an extended 'neck', and generally roomier interior. It again uses the more reliable [[Trace Compression Block engine]], rather than the [[Gurstler]] engine used in some other designs.
 
The Series 3 featured a number of improvements over the earlier models, notably the extenders below the wings of the ship to stabilize the rotating VTOL engines, and hold them further from the main body of the craft (which keeps the ship from shaking as much as previous series, and allowed for [[shuttle]] bays to be built into the sides of design above the wings). Also, the Series 3 is longer, with an extended 'neck', and generally roomier interior. It again uses the more reliable [[Trace Compression Block engine]], rather than the [[Gurstler]] engine used in some other designs.

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