Technology & Combat CharacteristicsEdit
With a total length of 400 m, height of 71 m and width of 111 m, and an operational mass of 9500 tonnes, the Guantanomo-class had excellent productivity like the ARMD-class. This was because of its typically simple construction, which had engines and armaments to added to a fighter dock. The main impulse drive engines were manufactured by General Galaxy whereas the Fold Engines/auxiliary gravity field control systems was manufactured by OTEC and Shinnakasu Heavy Industries. Altogether providing a maximum instantaneous combat acceleration of more than 14.5 G for ships of the line. Each Guantanamo-class vessel featured a diamond-shaped hull structure with four decks. Moreover, the bow and the lower side of the main nozzle in their sterns were large docks. The Guantanamo-class vessels also had excellent carrier-based aircraft deployment ability. 
- Bifors Laser Phalanx CIWS
- Bifors Anti-Aircraft High-Manuverability Missile System
- 40 to 50 Aircraft
Ships of the LineEdit
Because 40 to 50 ship-borne aircraft could be loaded onto it, it was operated as the mainline carrier in the Macross 7 Fleet. The Guantanamo class was also likely to serve as the defence station of the core ships in the fleet, the same as the Uraga class. The CV-299 "Guantanamo" was docked with the agricultural ship Sunny-flower.
Macross 7 FleetEdit
37th Long Distance Colony Fleet had 45 ships of that class.
Macross Frontier FleetEdit
55th Long Distance Colony Fleet had following ships of that class:
- Clark 2