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U.I.S "Havoc" Fire support helicopter . . The Havoc Fire support helicopter is the go-to heavy gun support for the U.I.S, or to have a fire works display! The Havoc is used in conjunction with ground force and most battle groups have a least a single squadron assigned to them. The Havoc has three rotary blades, one primary and two steering rotary blades. This is a single-seated helicopter thus it has one pilot, who is assisted by an A.I computer system. Armed with a missile pod and rocket pod, plus a 20mm cannon, and so can unleash heavy fire on its targets. The cockpit windscreen, The inside is quiet cramped due to the amount of computer systems within the helicopter, so it gets a bit hot, or that just me? The back-end,showing the tail fin, and greebles. The sides of the Havoc hold large air intakes to feed the rotary engines. The roof area of the Havoc, it took me a while to get the roof slanted on the middle rotary blade! The cockpit again, also showing the rocket pod holding two heat seeking or cluster rockets. The Havoc can also carry a medium/large bomb or depth charge underneath it's fuselage, even if it is just by a few chains! God save the U.I.S! If you would like to know the back story about the U.I.S, and see some other vehicles and infantry, then view my U.I.S forces MOC. -thanks for reading- -please rate and comment-


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