|PT-16 Lammasu Helicopter|
|Developer:||Pocatambo Air Industries|
|Crew:||6 + up to 40 troops|
|Max. Takeoff Weight:||14,700 kg|
|Propulsion:||2x turboshafts, 4300 hp each|
|Maximum Speed:||320 km/h|
|Range:||900 km combat|
|Armament:||3x combination of 12.7mm machine guns, 7.91mm miniguns or 14.25mm machine guns.|
The PT-16 Lammasu helicopter from Pocatambo Air Industries is a medium-heavy helicopter developed by the Allied States of Inutoland and exported through Alliance Armaments. It fills the combat search-and-rescue/medium-heavy lift niches, and has variants optimised for amphibious air assault transport.
Essentially a counterpart to the MH-53 Pave Low CSAR helicopter, the PT-16 is one of only a few true helicopters in service with the Inutolander military. Like the Pave Low, it features side drop tanks for extended range operations and a refuelling probe at the front of the aircraft. On either side of this, the Lammasu carries the bulbous housings of two advanced navigation/search radars. For navigation, the Lammasu is also fully GPS-compatible, using satellite navigation supplemented with terrain-following radar.
The main transport compartment of the PT-16 Lammasu can hold up to 40 troops in normal configuration. Entrance/egress is through the doors on either side of the wider forward compartment area, or via a drop-down ramp aft. Each of these access routes also has a weapons mount; the PT-16 is usually fitted with a combination of miniguns and/or heavy machine guns for the CSAR/combat transport role.