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There are many vehicles the player can interact with, either to move around the map more effectively and efficiently or as air support.

Land Vehicles

There are currently three land vehicles in the game: the Technical, Large Technical, and Ammo Technical. The technical is a jeep with four seats and a mounted gun, which can be manned by a player. Each of the four seats can be occupied by a player. In passenger seats, players can only use sidearms or small weapons like the MP7. The Large Technical Is the Barracks Truck which is usable on some servers. In the Large Technical you have full range of motion to use any weapon. The Ammo Technical Is actually Invincible. The driver will not die unless he has taken a very large amount of bullets

Air Support

Players cannot ride in air vehicles. Instead, air vehicles are called in by various air support calls.


Security forces have the option of 3 air support.


Call-sign: Cleric

Real Life:

Cleric is a helicopter outfitted with a M134 Minigun, when called by a commander, it arrives on the called location within __ seconds and starts firing onto visible targets. These targets are locked on by Cleric and attacked until out of sight or killed.


Call-sign: Assassin

Real Life:

Assassin is a Apache helicopter outfitted with rocket pods and a chaingun, when called by a commander before arriving it fires its rocket pods doing large area damage, after pilot changes weapons to a chaingun for more accurate fire and starts to target enemies similarly to cleric

Gun Run

Call-sign: Warlock

Real Life: A-10 Thunderbolt II

Warlock is a A-10 Warthog that does a gun run on the target designated by the commander, the sound of it entering is very close to when the bullets hit the ground, leaving a small window for insurgents to escape into a hard roof building as the chaingun can penetrate thinner or weaker materials.