The MH-36 is a single-engine light helicopters used for special operations aviation.
About this creation
Place of Origin: Various Locations
Operators:S.H.I.E.L.D., S.W.O.R.D., S.P.E.A.R.
Crew: 1 pilot, 2 passangers (4 more can be carried on External troop seats)
Length: 10.10 m
Rotor diameter: 8.30 m
Height: 4.20 m
Powerplant: 1x STKE PD5212 internal engine
Performance (for the MH-36)
Maximum speed: 310 km/h
Cruise speed: 270 km/h
Range: 396 km
Varies on the type of helicopter.
Special Forces electronic warfare, command-post version.
Improved attack helicopter used by Special Forces units
Special Forces attack version.
Special Forces version.
A side view of the Amur.
A front view.
The MH-36 Amur.
Here shows the Amur unloading cargo.
The Amur with its cockpit up.
The cargo hold, with an equipment rack on the side holding a radio.
The AH-36 Falcon, the attack helicopter variant of the MH-36.
The AH-36 Falcon fetures a lightweight universal mounting platform that mounts a Vulcan minigun pod on this side,
and two Brimstone Laser Guided HEGM on this side.
An overview of the AH-36 Falcon.
The SH-36D Shadow, a Special Forces attack version
The front view.
The side view. Note the External troop seats along each side and the crane-like appendage for use in fast-rope operations.
The back of the SH-35D Shadow.
A better view of the crane and winch used in fast-rope operations.
A SpecOps Commando attempting to fast-rope from the Shadow.
An overview of how the Shadow conducts fast-rope operations.