M.Corp UH-2 Wasp is a light multirole helicopter operated by all branches of M.Corp armed forces for various tasks, including reconnaissance, light attack, liaison, light transport, training, assault, and patrol. It is also available on civilian market as M.Corp H-6 Wasp.
M.Corp UH-2 Wasp is a single-turbine, five seat helicopter with conventional layout. It is mostly made out of composite materials, including kevlar and carbon fiber, allowing its very light weight. Large windshield allows for excellent visibility. It is powered by an 880hp turbine placed behind the main rotor assembly.
UH-2O/A (Observation/Attack) version seen here is equipped with two carrying poles, one on each side, each carrying two hardpoints. It is usually armed with 7.62x54mm rotary guns or laser or wire guided anti-tank missiles. It can also carry unguided rockets, although that is less common.
It carries an observation/guidance mast above its main rotor, featuring day, night and thermal optics and laser designator. It is operated from the right seat.
Other equipment of this version includes flare dispensers, IR dazzler, and radar warning receivers.
- VTOL up - spin the rotor;
- Throttle - Rotor pitch;
- Ag8 - Gyro.
- Low part count;
- Sleek design based on Aerospatiale SA 342;
- Custom missiles;
It's not a good flier. It can fly, and it'll stay controllable unless you turn too hard, but it's too sluggish and if you tilt or yaw too much, it'll probably crash. It is also difficult to land. I have no idea how to fix any of that.
- Successors 4 airplane(s)
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 33.8ft (10.3m)
- Length 46.7ft (14.2m)
- Height 13.5ft (4.1m)
- Empty Weight 2,905lbs (1,317kg)
- Loaded Weight 5,142lbs (2,332kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 11.413
- Wing Loading 117.6lbs/ft2 (574.2kg/m2)
- Wing Area 43.7ft2 (4.1m2)
- Drag Points 2982
- Number of Parts 400
- Control Surfaces 0