Lakota UH-72A

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Cinema 4D 10 Default Scanline
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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:684948
Geometry:Polygonal Ngons used
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Mixed
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UH-72A Lakota


High resolution and realistic, fully detailed model.

Model resolutions are optimized for polygon efficiency.

Model is fully textured with all materials applied.

The model is realized in 3ds Max 2010.
Previews are realized in 3ds Max, mental ray.

Verts          - 197453
Tris             - 324833
Polygonal - 162779

Optimizet for mental ray.
Optimizet for Standard.
Optimizet for V-Ray.

EC145T2_B.tga - 8192 X 8192
EC145T2_D.tga - 8192 X 8192
EC145T2_S.tga - 8192 X 8192


The UH-72A Lakota is new the new U.S. Army Light Utility Helicopters, the name of a Native American tribe. It is in keeping with the tradition of U.S. Army helicopters to give their Indian names. The Lakota is a military version of the Eurocopter EC145. The helicopters are being manufactured by American Eurocopter. It will replace the older UH-1H Iroquois helicopters and OH-58C Kiowa. Lakota helicopters used in the U.S. only, support for national security, disaster relief operations and law enforcement.

The first UH-72 Lakota was delivered to U.S. Army in 2006. Deliveries of the first eight helicopters were completed in 2007. Helicopters were ordered later and a large percentage production was authorized. The requirement for U.S. Army is a total of 345 helicopters. The Army National Guard will receive the bulk of these helicopters. Five helicopters were ordered by the U.S. Navy.
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