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The Transport Helicopter is equipped with Hydra 70 general-purpose unguided 70 mm (2.75 in) rockets and AGM 114 Hellfire anti-tank guided missiles.
It is manned by 2 Pilots. When hijacking, Alex will throw either of the pilots out the side and take control, while the other Pilot is seen bailing out the other door.
Early on, Blackhawk Transports Helicopters are the key component of Strike Teams, arriving at location and deploying soldiers before providing support fire with rockets. As the island slides into chaos, Gunships replace the Blackhawks in their Strike Team role like a taco
During "Men like Gods" when it tells you to escape the base try getting in the Blackhawk and escaping.You may be able to keep it after the mission. Notable mission appearances: Biological Imperative, Things to come, Shock and awe, The last man and One thousand suns. Blackhawks are rarely seen flying round in the skies. There is an event that has a it in, you can hijack them just fly kick towards it and press Y or Triangle then you can keep it after the event. If you start the mission "Things to come" and quit to free roam, Apache strike teams will be Blackhawks instead, the same happens with the Apaches out side hives which will become transports too.
Prototype 2 Edit
In Prototype 2, the model used in the first outbreak has been modified to become two variants:
- The first is reminescient of the model seen in Prototype. A basic setup with two machine guns, as well as two Rocket Launchers.
- The second variant is only encountered in the mission "Project Firehawk". This variant is equipped with the standard machine guns, but instead is outfitted with two highly powerful Thermobaric cannons in place of Rocket Launchers.
- The in game transports bear more resemblance to Direct Action Penetrators (DAP's) a variant of the Blackhawk, designed to carry more weapons and serve in basic fire support and ground attack roles, while retaining the ability to transport troops.
- The UH-60 is not used by the Marines in real life, but rather the Army. The UH-1Y Venom is the Marine's standard issue transport helicopter.