An aging design with a market and over 15 different models over 50 years by SeeFuture Shipwrights, the Orbital Jumper (OJ) is a popular design among civilians, Agencies, and the Jod Military Forces. Despite its age, the Orbital Jumper has seen "service update" packages (like the Bastion-class Frigate, but with much greater success) on older models to keep them relevant for use, while the newest Orbital Jumper MM-E model is the only model used by the military, which came out in 10 BBY.
With no plans for retirement and upgrade packages coming to the newest Orbital Jumper MME by 0 BBY, the OJ will continue to ferry passengers & small cargo between planetary orbit & planetary surface, as well as limited interplanetary (star system) travel.
While the Jod Military Forces utilizes the OJ for much the similar roles as its civilian & government users do, it also uses the small shuttle for use by the Space Navy Force between starships in a Fleet, as well as the Maritime Force between surface ships and planetary orbit (or long distance travel across a planet).
The only differences between civilian/government models and military models---on the exterior---is armored plating; both civilian/government and military models have a structural frame made of titanium & condensed-matter composite, while civilian & government hull is titanium, the military model features an armored hull is titanium-reinforced alusteel.
Orbital Jumper MM-E
The newest model in the Orbital Jumper line by SeeFuture Shipwrights, the Orbital Jumper MM-E (Military Model-E) features a structural frame made of titanium & condensed-matter composite, while the armored hull is titanium-reinforced alusteel.
While the MM-E lacks deflector shields & weapons, it does come equipped with a encryption module for secured communications, an emergency back-up radionics system, built-in distress signal, 2 Crash Survival Kits, and 4 EVA Suits.