The Huerta Wagner is a multirole helicopter in Just Cause: Hjallesund.
"An American beauty, fought her way through many wars, sustaining many losses, commanded by many militaries, this aircraft is now redundant, only just retired from the Ilmavoimat in the early 21st Century. Rebellions across the Hjallesund Isles have now given it a new lease of life, along with many civil groups including the Fire Department"-In game description.
It is based on a Bell Model 212/Bell UH-1 Iroquois. It has some minor tweaks from other helicopters too, such as twin rear vents and a slightly more angular nose. It can spawn with the doors open or closed, of which can be closed from the cockpit. There are also small hints from the Westland Lynx and Aérospatiale Gazelle.
It has an average top speed with great low to ground handling, while a bit sluggish with vertical speed.
The faction variants may spawn without weaponry, with TOW launchers or with TOW launchers and gatling guns. They do a decent amount of damage against enemy units
This variant can spawn in one of three paint jobs, two designs and one plain colour. These will spawn randomly across the Hjallesund Isles under civilian control, or at helipads scattered across the map.
This variant will show up during Police heat level two and above. After level four they will drop armed police officers. There are two paint schemes, the armed police transport and normal police. Only the normal variant can be obtained outside of Heat, on the roof of police stations.
The faction variant is a common support helicopter for all three factions. It can spawn with either TOW missiles, TOW missiles and gatling guns or no weapons. It will spawn in each factions own color scheme. This variant may also drop troops.
This variant will rarely appear when there is a fire in a town or city. Usually fire trucks will come instead. It can also be found on the grooves of fire stations.
- Air traffic.
- Fire stations.
- Captured military settlements.
- Faction support.
- Police stations.
- Tall buildings (rarely).
- The name is a reference to Richard Wagner, of whom composed Ride of the Valkyries, which is played during a scene in Apocalypse now prominently featuring UH-1 Iroquois helicopters.
- It's made by Huerta.