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The M134 appears in Battlefield 2 aboard the Black Hawk transport helicopter and the MD530 scout helicopter. It has an extremely fast rate of fire, making it a very suitable weapon to neutralize groups of infantry as well as other soft targets such as other aircraft and light vehicles. However, it must be spun up before it can fire at its fullest potential. Because of this, it is recommended to keep the M134 spooled up at all times. This can be performed by pressing the fire button (MOUSE1 or Space on default controls) in rapid succession.

As found in the MH-60, this gun is devastating to enemy infantry and light armored vehicles below. It can even take out enemy aircrafts and enemy attack helicopters as they have rather weak armor. The same is not recommended for heavily armored vehicles such as LAVs and MBTs even though LAVs can be taken out in more easily than a tank, but have to be aware of its canon fire. If the gunner and pilot are working together, this helicopter can act as a devastating gunship as well as a more mobile transport helicopter. As mentioned earlier, it is important to keep the gun spooling on as it takes some seconds to fire once you press the trigger. One more thing to take caution of is to stay away from potential AA vehicles and stationary AAs. Though stationary AAs can only fire two missiles at time by which you can counter it easily with flares and take it out with the miniguns. However, the same cannot be said for AA vehicles such as the 9K22 Tunguska and the PGZ-95 as they can fire four rounds of AA missiles and their main cannons while they can sustain heavy gunfire from the minigun easily.

Same goes with the UH-6 Little bird. With enough skills, the pilot can perform evasive maneuvers and spray bullets as wreaking havoc on infantry formations and lightly armored vehicles. Unlike MH-60, the UH-6 is not decently armored, hence a single row of AA missiles from stationary AA stand can destroy it immediately. Hence it is recommended to stay away from mobile AA vehicles as well as AA stations. It is recommended to take down enemy attack helicopters, but not from the front as the pilots of the attack helicopter can easily destroy the scout helicopter either with a volley of rockets or the secondary gatling gun or the TV missiles.

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