The Hellcat is the AAF's primary multi-purpose utility helicopter.

Faction AAF
Type Utility helicopter
Seats 8 ( 2 x Pilots, 6 x Passengers )
Item capacity Unknown
Top speed Unknown
Fuel capacity Unknown
Primary armament 2 × Minigun
Secondary armament 2 × Rocket pod, Countermeasures (168 Flares controlled by Pilot)
Variants Armed, Un-Armed


« The WY-55 Hellcat is a multipurpose military helicopter, most suited for anti-surface, battlefield utility with limited transport capability. It replaces its predecessor, the Super Lynx, with improved maneuverability, durability, and protection. The armed version is fitted with twin miniguns and unguided rockets. Its also fitted with a thermal camera that can be controlled by the co-pilot. »

Capabilities Edit

The Hellcat is able to slingload and transport a variety of vehicles and equipment, including:

  • Offroads (all variants)
  • Quad bikes
  • Boats (including assault boats and rescue boats, but not speedboat miniguns)
  • Supply boxes
  • Items in cargo nets (including the Cargo Net (NATO), Cargo Net (Box), and Cargo Net (Barrels))
  • Civilian cars (but not trucks)

The Hellcat's lifting capabilities are comparable to NATO's Ghost Hawk and CSAT's Orca. In comparison to the AAF's medium-lift Mohawk helicopter, the Hellcat is only unable to transport SDVs and light civilian trucks.


  • As stated in the description, the Hellcat is an upgraded model of the AW159 Wildcat used by the British Army and Royal Navy.


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