This is the ALM-12, a Heavy Assault Aircraft (HAA) Designed by Blackwater Corp. and Boeing for Andora. Before we get into the pictures lets give a few stats.
2, 1 Gunner and 1 Pilot.
Hover In-Ground Effect
24,395 ft (7,436 m)
Hover Out-of-Ground Effect
17,685 ft (5,390 m)
Vertical Rate of Climb
3,175 fpm (968 mpm)
Maximum Rate of Climb
3,975 fpm (1211 mpm)
43,000 Lb (19,545 Kg) (apx)
Max Takeoff Weight
87,000 Lb (39,545 Kg) (apx)
227 Mph (365 Kph)
182 Mph (293 Kph)
one 5,395 Gal. Interior tank.
two 745 Gal. Exterior tanks.
20 M-407 HS Missiles
48 G-2 Scatter Missiles (12 each in 4 pods)
8 Diversionary Flares
4 M-223 .32 Belt Fed Machine Guns
1 M-70 .50 Belt fed Machine gun
Here we have it folks, the long awaited (not really) ALM-12, the primary attack helicopter of the Andoran Military.
Huh, this pictures a bit blurry… OOPSIES.
Anyway, you can see the cockpits and my custom seats here.
Here you can have a looksee at the some of the weapon systems, I’m not to proud of the way that I stuck them on there, I wish I could have done a better job, but… Oh well, to late anyhow its already been cannibalized.
A look at the back end of the helicopter and the tail rotor.
Another look at the back end of the helicopter and the tail rotor.
I have absolutely no clue why I took this picture.
This is the base of the rotor, my favorite part of the helicopter.
Well, that about wraps it up, until next time. Remember to rate, comment and hopefully add me as a favorite builder (pipe dream).
Nice helicopter, looks like it can do some damage. I love the headrest idea on the seats( I can never get mine right) and how it's well trimmed yet deadly. The the gun area seems a bit blocky to me but that's just my opinion. Good build
Quoting Matthew McCall
That's a nice looking helicopter you made. I really like the rotor. But how does it carry 68 missiles?
the g-2's aren't as big as the M-407's and 12 of them can fit in a pod about the size of 2 M-407's. plus i lost the picture of my heavily armed version, I'll look at the camera and see if its still there.