Mission Packs were built by the Earth Federation's Strategic Naval Research Institute (SNRI), the prototype F90 Gundam F90 was equipped with a set of hardpoints for mounting mission specific equipment such as extra thrusters, weaponry or recon devices. A later revamp of the design called the F90II Gundam F90II had two extra packs designed specifically for it. In addition, it was possible to create new configurations by mixing and matching components of the different mission packs (like the "Type A.D.S." which combined the Assault, Destroid and Support Types equipments). The concept of complex Mission Packs seem to have been abandoned after F90's development with only Full Equipment Type G-Cannon and RGM-109 Heavygun Full Equipment Type from F91-MSV shown with equally complex equipments.
List of Mission Packs
Type A (Assault Type)
Type B (Bombard Type)
The heavy bombardment equipment. Equipped with a pair of backpack cannons, four missile containers mounted on the shoulders and legs, and a pair of arm-mounted grenade launchers.
Type C (Cold Type)
Cold climate spec.
Type D (Destroid Type)
Close combat spec. See F90D Gundam F90 Destroid Type
Type E (Electronic Type)
Electronic warfare specifications. See F90E Gundam F90 Electronic Type
Type F (Fight Type)
Melee combat type, equipped with two subarms and a pair of melee beam weapon similar to the brand maker later used by the XM-X1 Crossbone Gundam X-1 and its sibling units.
Type G (Guards Type)
Type H (Hover Type)
Type I (Intercept Type)
Type J (Jacket Type)
Type K (Keep Type)
The base defense equipment designed for prolonged combat. It is equipped with three I-field generators in each shoulder. A prototype Mega Beam Shield is mounted on its left arm, powered by an external generator located on the waist.
Type L (Long Range Type)
Long-range sniper specifications. See F90II-L Gundam F90II Long Range Type
Type M (Marine Type)
Aquatic warfare. See F90M Gundam F90 Marine Type
Type N (N Type)
Unspecified. According to "MS monthly journal", The specifications are of a next generation mobile suit (Next Type) and led to the development of the F91 Gundam F91, the truth is unknown. The magazine also speculated that N might have stood for "Nuclear" or "Newtype".
Type O (Officer Type)
Type P (Plunge Type)
Atmosphere entry specification. See F90P Gundam F90 Plunge Type
Type Q (Quick Type)
Type R (Reconnaissance Type)
Type S (Support Type)
Long-range support specifications. See F90S Gundam F90 Support Type
Type T (Tracer Type)
Type U (Up-Lift Type)
Type V (VSBR Type)
Mission pack for testing VSBR beam weaponry. See F90V Gundam F90 VSBR Type
Type W (Warbird Type)
Unspecified. Led to the development of the F99 Record Breaker
SNRI had not released any information on these initials. One theory suggested they are related to the F90III-Y Cluster Gundam.
Type X (Xtra Type)
Type Y (Youngstar Type)
Type Z (Zero Type)