The Battlefield 2 total conversion historical realism modification "Battlefield: Korea" deals with the Korean War (1950 - 1953), which is also known as the "Forgotten War".

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Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw
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Roma_Strelok7379
Roma_Strelok7379

Nice birdie :)

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IDF-SPYKER
IDF-SPYKER

Awesome!

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SgtNickStoltz
SgtNickStoltz

That's a really cool looking map, maybe just add a few boulders in the forest back there though.

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Anthony817 Author
Anthony817

Thanks! Yeah that is our Baek-Du Mountains map. In it the USMC are sent to destroy the ZPU4 AA guns the North Koreans have deployed on a mountain peak. It is more detailed in the middle of the map though, that is just the starting location in the base.

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The Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw, (sold commercially under its Sikorsky model number, S-55) was a multi-purpose helicopter used by the United States Army and United States Air Force. It was also license-built by Westland Aircraft as the Westland Whirlwind in the United Kingdom.

The H-19 Chickasaw holds the distinction of being the US Army's first true transport helicopter and, as such, played an important role in the initial formulation of Army doctrine regarding air mobility and the battlefield employment of troop-carrying helicopters. The H-19 underwent live service tests in the hands of the 6th Transportation Company, during the Korean War beginning in 1951 as an unarmed transport helicopter. Undergoing tests such as medical evacuation, tactical control and frontline cargo support, the helicopter succeeded admirably in surpassing the capabilities of the H-5 Dragonfly which had been used throughout the war by the Army.

The U.S. Air Force ordered 50 H-19A's for rescue duties in 1951. These aircraft were the primary rescue and medical evacuation helicopters for the USAF during the Korean War. The Air Force continued to use the H-19 through the 1960s, ultimately acquiring 270 of the H-19B model.

For Battlefield: Korea, we will have 4 variants. 2 field modded versions(Army and Marines liveries) with the cargo bay door opened and sporting a m1919 .30 Caliber machine Gun to make it into an early gunship. The other 2 versions will be simply relegated to transport choppers with the doors closed.

General_Bradly is responsible for exporting this beautiful helicopter model and for coding it for us.

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