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Colonel Malashenko posted a topic in ARMA 3 - ADDONS & MODS: COMPLETEStatus: Version 0.3 beta History Mi-24A (Hind-B NATO classification) was the first production model of the legendary Mi-24 helicopter series. It was build relying on a "Flying IFV" concept. The early model could carry up to 8 soldiers and use a wide choice of weapons, like S8 rocket pods, UPK-32 gunpods, bombs and guided missiles AT-2 Swatter. Addon info It's a port of the ArmA 2 OA mod, which was made by Pathetic_Bezerker. All I've done is changed configs to the ArmA 3 standards and added some A3 features to it. Features - Can carry up to 8 persons as passengers and 2 as FFV gunners - Dynamic loadout from Jets DLC - Detailed and historically accurate model - Additional skins, which can be changed via BIS Garage (Russian, CDF, Takistan, more will be ported later) - You can cosplay Rambo and Red Dawn with this helicopter! Known issues - A little strange flight model - No advanced flight model (will be implimented soon) - Pilot hands position need to be fixed - No server key Credits & Thanks: PATHETIC BERSERKER - For the vision, 3D modeling, texture work, and rudimentary animation & config stuff behind creating this addon. zGUBA - Advancing and directing config and general clue giving/direction pointing. ICEBREAKER - for supplying Government Army of Lingor camo and roundels for GAL and Molatian units. BIS - For allowing the use of textures (specifically instrument clock faces) As well as the great game platform, tools, and community support we know them for. LEOPOTAM - For correcting the Russian on the instrument panels and for his awesome Blender to O2 export/import tools making this project possible for me. And a great thanks goes out to both EricM and RKSL Studios. Additional thanks goes to Lyotchik-Sniper for his help with implimenting doorgunners and dynamic loadout Javik - the person who most cried about adding Mi-24a into Arma 3 and very shy person Download: Link removed by the Moderating Team