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AOE BU-6 Bull . The versatile, powerful workhorse of the Allied Oceanic Emirates Air Force, the BU-6 Bull is a relatively cheap and reliable tiltrotor craft. . A head on view. Even the vine-strikes must be kept in profile, for better flight in the more windy mountainous regions of the AOE and its surrounding lands. Also notice the GCAM monitoring and radar system mounted under the cockpit similar to that of the Banshee. In this side profile, you can see the shape of the hull and tail, and the main cargo bay. In this shot, the bay has two chopper-gunners, on 50-cal. drum-fed machine-guns. The larger section of the tail is hollow, and has storage for weapons or tools. From this angle you can also see where the vine strikes above the cockpit gave it the name, the Bull. Rear shot. Notice the engine exhaust ports. The rear small cargo bay is open in this shot as well. You can also see the lift winch, which we'll get to later. Above view. This one's pretty self-explanatory. For air drop or transportation missions when expecting heavy fire, the Bull can be mounted with two unguided rocket pods with three rockets each, and a 3,000 rpm minigun can be mounted for use alongside the GCAM system, giving it a good range of motion. It also has armor that can stop small arms fire, and the frontal and side armor can stop 50-cal. bullets. The cargo bays. For all these pictures, it is shown with two chopper gunners, but of course can be used to carry cargo when needed. If the need is for a large amount of cargo to be hauled, or if cargo is to be hauled in addition to troops or chopper gunners that is too large or heavy for the rear bay, it can also carry large loads on a winch, which can lower 75 ft. below the ship. A medium palette cargo drop is shown here. This shows the belly of the craft, where the winch is located, shown here during a cargo drop. Also notice the GCAM system with the minigun. A final shot with the chopper and all the attachments shown throughout the Moc. Fourth Wallular Zone! This was a super fun build, I love building helicopters. As with my other AOE chopper, it has an unusual cockpit, I wont describe how I did it, because it was a pain! But I love the look of it, and this is one of my favorite choppers Ive made, and I hope you guys enjoyed it as well, and thanks for looking. Im about halfway done building a huge dio for it. But Im having a bit of trouble, soooo...... If this gets 30 likes, Ill finish the dio and post it soon. Thanks!


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