AH-6J/MH-6J "Little Bird"

Country of Origin: United States
Image courtesy of the U.S. Department of Defense; click on image to display larger version

Type: Light attack / special operations helicopter Manufacturer: Boeing (formerly McDonnell Douglas, formerly Hughes)
Armor Material: Aluminum Armor Thickness: n/a
Length: 9.4 m Rotor Diameter: 8.33 m
Weight: 1360 kg (max takeoff weight) Maximum Speed: 241 kph
Powerplant: 1 x Allison 250-C30 turboshaft Horsepower: 650 shp (downrated to 425 shp)

Size: 4 Total Actions: 2

Weapon Code Arc S M L EX Acc Dam Qty ROF Special Ammo
Maximum of four external hardpoints fitted to attack model (use per rules in Technical Manual Second Edition, p. 149 and Banzaidyne New Perks and Flaws)

Primary Movement: Flight 0/6/8 (240/180/0 kph) Secondary Movement: N/A
Maneuver: +1 Armor: 4/8/12

Crew: 2 (Pilot, Copilot) Deployment Range: 485 km
Sensors: +1 / 2 km ground, 20 km air Communications: +1 / 20 km ground, 200 km air
Perks: Backup Communcations Flaws: Cannot Glide, Maximum Ceiling (5000 m)
Defects: None Lemon Dice: 2

Example weapons loads for AH-6J:
Typical: 2 x M134 Miniguns (LMG with ROF of +6, arc FF) with 1500 rounds each, 2 x 7-tube 2.75" rocket launchers (MRP/9, arc FF) with 7 rounds each
Antitank: AGM-114 Hellfire (HATM, arc FF) with 4 missiles

The MH-6J transport version of the "Little Bird" (pictured) is unarmed, but adds the Passenger Seating Perk for 6 people, as well as the Partially Exposed Crew Flaw (the passengers sit on external "sills").

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