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The RGM is a series of mobile suits used by the Earth Federation from U.C. 0079 till its dissolution in U.C. 0218, and typically serve as the Earth Federation Forces' main MS. With a few exceptions, the numbers in the model number of the MS generally indicate the year of deployment. The series was initially developed by the Earth Federation itself, but Anaheim Electronics took over development in the late U.C. 0080s.


Introduced during the One Year War, the RGM-79 GM (pronounced Jim) was developed using the combat data of RX-78-2 Gundam, and was the first mass production mobile suit deployed by the Earth Federations Forces. Prior to its deployment, the Earth Federation produced both the RGM-79[G] GM Ground Type and the RGM-79[E] GM Early Type in limited numbers for ground and space-use respectively. Usable on both Earth and in space, the GM's basic frame has a fairly high level of mobility for the time, and is easily adaptable to modifications into mission specific units. The GM's armor uses titanium alloy, a light sturdy metal that could be refined more quickly and easily than the Gundam's Gundarium Alloy, but was also less durable.





The GM II was also given the model number RGM-79R, and was the successor of the RGM-79 GM. However, its performance was only slightly improved, and some units were retrofitted GMs rather than brand new units.



Compared to its predecessor the GM III represents a giant leap in terms of performance, armor and armaments. The suit's overall frame was strengthened, and its mobility and speed were improved thanks to a backpack with higher output and additional verniers on the legs. The suit's armor was enhanced via the addition of Gundarium Alloy, and it could carry more weapons than the GM II.


Anaheim's RGM models

RGM-87 Bar-GM

With the dissolution of Titans at the end of Gryps Conflict, the EFF commissioned Anaheim Electronics to convert the remaining RMS-154 Barzam units into MS more suitable for their use. The Bar-GM was subsequently put into limited production.

RGM-88X Jeddah

Despite being the prototype of the RGM-89 Jegan, the Jeddah was put into limited production alongside the Jegan as the Earth Federation could not produce sufficient numbers of the latter.

RGM-89 Jegan

The Jegan was designed to be lighter and more maneuverable than previous GM units. Its design focused more on being easy to use, easy to maintain, and its parts could be quickly and cheaply replaced. The Jegan remained in service for many years, and received multiple periodic technological upgrades, producing multiple variants.


RGM-90 Jeddah Improve Type and RGM-91S Jegan Enhanced Armor Type

These units were limited production machines created by Anaheim to improve the Jegan and the Jeddah. The RGM-90 Jeddah Improve Type was a ground combat mobile suit that was delivered to Federation bases on Earth. The RGM-91S Jegan Enhanced Armor Type was a high-performance mobile suit, featuring powerful engines and added Gundarium armor.

RGM-96X Jesta

The Jesta is a high-performance special operations mobile suit developed by Anaheim Electronic as part of the UC Project, and was meant to serve as escort units for the RX-0 Unicorn Gundam. It was fitted with a backpack capable of tremendous thrust, allowing it to surpass most Federation's mobile suits of its time.


RGM-109 Heavygun

The Heavygun represented a new age of mobile suits, being the first miniature mobile suit to be mass produced. Its smaller size and reduced weight made the Heavygun highly efficient, as well as faster and more maneuverable than previous mobile suits. It was also cheaper to produce. Since the Heavygun remained in service with the Federation for an extended number of years, it would see combat with the mobile suits of the Crossbone Vanguard, which were more technologically advanced and had greater performance.


RGM-111 Hardygun

The Hardygun was developed as a part of the Silhouette Formula Project, using plans and technical data stolen by SNRI. Compared to the G-Cannon, which was being developed around the same time, the Hardygun had higher output reactor and higher combat capabilities.


RGM-119 Jamesgun

The Jamesgun was a mass-produced mobile suit, developed as the successor of the Heavygun. Mainly deployed on the ground, it was used in large numbers by the Earth Federation. Like its predecessors, the suit was used for an extended number of years, and was involved in the battles against the Jupiter Empire and Zanscare Empire, enemies that deployed more technologically advanced mobile suits.


RGM-122 Javelin

The Javelin was a space-use MS developed from the Jamesgun. It was equipped with various thrusters that improve its mobility, and has a backpack with a pair of shot lancers that were inspired by similar weapons used by the Crossbone Vanguard. It was used in the conflict againts Zanscare Empire. In the Mobile Suit Victory Gundam novels' continuity, it was replaced by a newer RGM-147 mobile suit.


RGM-196 Freedom

The Freedom was a mass produced mobile suit used by the Earth Federation before it was dissolved. A modified variant served as the prototype of the F-SAVIOUR F-Saviour, an early unit of the Illuminati's Saviour line of mobile suits. At the time it was deployed, it was using outdated weaponry and was considered slow compared to modern MS such as the CONSENT CCMS-03 Bugu.

Related Series

RGC series

The RGC series was developed at the end of One Year War from the RGM series to create a mass-produced line of mid-range artillery mobile suits.

TGM series

The TGM series (the T standing for "Training") were created by the Federation for training mobile suit pilots. These mobile suits have a two seater cockpit to fit an instructor and a pilot trainee.


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