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Battlefield 4 AH-6J Little Bird

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Battlefield 4 AH-6J Little BirdThe Battlefield 4 AH-6J Little Bird is a light scout helicopter used by the US faction in Battlefield 4 multiplayer. The AH-6J Little Bird was first featured in the series in BF2. The Battlefield 4 AH-6J Little Bird features very light armor, but is one of the fastest and most agile helicopters in Battlefield 4.

The AH-6J Little Bird is based on the MH-6 Little Bird, which was first introduced in the 1980s. The AH-6J is the attack version of the helicopter. It’s similar to the UH-1Y Venom in the game. The Chinese counterpart to the Little Bird is the Z-11.

Battlefield 4 AH-6J Little Bird stats

The AH-6J Little Bird is a fast scout helicopter that’s lightly armed and armored. The pilot has access to a single minigun which is only helpful against enemy infantry.

  • Top speed: 280 km/h
  • Pilot weapons: minigun, rockets
  • Gunner weapons: none
  • Countermeasures: Flares, ECM jammers

Battlefield 4 AH-6J Little Bird tips

While the Battlefield 4 AH-6J Little Bird is fast and highly maneuverable, it’s one of the most vulnerable aircraft in the game. A single shot from an enemy Stinger or IGLA missile launchers can disable it. It’s especially exposed to AA vehicles such as the Tunguska and the LAV-AD.

Battlefield 4 AH-6J Little Bird unlocks

The AH-6J Little Bird features a few useful unlocks. These include rockets for the pilot which are useful against light armored vehicles, and a guided missile against vehicles as well.

AH-6J screenshots

AH-6J Little Bird in real life:
Battlefield 4 AH-6J Little Bird in real life

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7 COMMENTS & TRACKBACKS

  1. SyberianSnow
    October 2nd, 2013 at 10:22 am

    I do believe that DICE and EA have really made a bad jobe on the helicopter controlls in BF4 on console (at least on the 360). Not having checked the rest of options (yet) the controlls are really stupin and do not allow you to controll the flight as well as they did in BF3. Some say that the excuse for tahst is to prevent hover camping but my oppinion is that if it is in real live it should be in BF franchise even if it is noobish. Hover campers are not common but if you get one it is really easy to take them down or destract them as a team effort. If any console player (360) is reading that plz like the comment in hope of DICE fixing that problem. -I do appologise if there are any spealling mistakes, I am bad with that English is my third launguage. 🙂

    • Jack
      November 19th, 2013 at 1:15 pm

      I like it it is just hard to control . Ya it is easy to take out with a RPG.

  2. wittlebear
    October 7th, 2013 at 6:35 pm

    The littlebird is OP

  3. magic
    December 5th, 2013 at 7:02 pm

    If it goes unnoticed, the little bird can drain the HP on any vehicle in about 10 seconds

  4. Mat
    January 19th, 2014 at 2:17 am

    The console controls for helis are better than ever they are designed for people who like the agility of helis and they allow u to slow peed up and just all in all give u better control

  5. Jake
    January 31st, 2014 at 10:47 am

    The little bird and other helicopters are very easy to fly. I guess none of you ever tried flying it. I can go around 50-3 on a good shanghai match with the little bird.

  6. seth larsen
    February 10th, 2014 at 12:47 pm

    The little jb is not op and yes it can hert all vehicals but with the 25 mm its only 1 dmg to most vehicals. And in 10 secs it can only do 9-30 dmg if u hit the vehical with all shots. I have all vehicals max the most op are the AA guns. Or the AA shoulder fire rockes

    • RayGunGoPew
      March 2nd, 2014 at 8:27 am

      Ya AA Rocket Launchers are pretty OP because 1 shot may not blow up the heli but it’ll usually send them spinning into a building or the ground and that’ll kill them. That’s why I keep gyro stabilizer and i try to avoid rockets the best I can but I save flares for real threats like real AA or other helis

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