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A GAZ-69 with the back covered.

The GAZ-69 (Russian: Gorkovskij Awtomobilnyj Zavod 69; English: Gorky Automobile Plant 69) was a Soviet four wheel drive light truck, produced by GAZ between 1953 and 1955. From 1954 to 1972 it was produced by UAZ, as the UAZ-69; however, they were commonly referred to as GAZ-69s. It was used by the Soviet armed forces and exported to Warsaw Pact nations and the other Soviet allies.

Battlefield: Bad Company 2: Vietnam[edit | edit source]

"Russian tactical utility truck. With excellent terrain navigation abilities, this vehicle was the standard off-road transportation for the Red Army."

— In-game description

In Battlefield: Bad Company 2: Vietnam the G69 is the standard light vehicle of the North Vietnamese Army. It has space for three players: one driver, one gunner who mans an MG34 and one passenger. In game, its US counterpart is the M151A1 Jeep, which is equal in health and speed, but features a slower firing, higher damage passenger weapon. The truck can be used as an provisional anti-aircraft vehicle if facing the UH-1.

Unlike the G69's base game counterparts, the Vodnik 4WD and Cobra 4WD, and similarly to the characteristics of the light vehicles from Battlefield 1943, it only holds 3 passengers, removing the seat for the passenger facing backwards. However, the player in the actual passenger seat of the vehicle can now use their class weapons, while they could not in the base game.

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References[edit | edit source]

  1. Bad Company 2 | DenKirson on Xanga - retrieved January 31, 2011
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