Dust Tactics: SSU Ground Attack Helicopter
Fantasy Flight Games
Swift, deadly, and armed to the teeth, the Ground Attack Helicopter expansion for Dust Tactics and Dust Warfare supports SSU forces with precision air strikes. Launch this machine in one of four different builds, each specializing in a different combat role. The Striker, for example, is armed with heavy machine guns and cannons, providing air superiority. Choose your armament of cannons, bombs, and rockets and unleash a salvo of destruction upon your enemy with the Ground Attack Helicopter.
Miniatures are supplied unpainted and assembly may be required.
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