|Faction|| Takistani Army|
|Top speed||~ 239 km/h|
|Service ceiling||~ 3,998 m|
|Fuel capacity||1000 fuel units|
- Troop transport
- Civilian transportation
|«||The Antonov An-2 (NATO reporting name Colt) is a Soviet single-engine biplane utility/agricultural aircraft produced since 1946.
The An-2 was used as combat planes in the Korean and Vietnam wars and as naval interceptors.
The An-2 is a single-engined biplane that is designed for both military and agricultural purposes.
A rugged utility plane, the An-2 is an easy-to-fly aircraft that doesn't require much experience to operate. With a large passenger capacity, the An-2 can also serve as a rudimentary transport plane to airlift an entire squad's worth of soldiers into battle as well.
In addition, its compact size allows it land or take-off without the need to utilise a full-length runway. Provided that there's enough room and no terrain obstacles, a simple dirt strip or stretch of road is enough for the An-2 to utilise.
An outdated design, the An-2's single engine lacks the power output of the American C-130J's four engines. This limits it to a cruise speed of only ~ 239 km/h, with an absolute maximum of 258 km/h.
Completely unarmed and unprotected, the An-2 will be quickly shredded by anti-aircraft fire. At the same time it doesn't possess any defensive avionics nor countermeasures, meaning that even a lone ZU-23 gun emplacement or 9K32-armed soldier can bring down the An-2 with impunity.
The An-2 supports both the pilot and up to fourteen passengers who sit in the rear compartment.
- Olive: Flat olive green paint scheme. Exclusive to Takistani Army An-2s.
- AirTak: Cream white paint scheme with a black/dark green stripe that runs along the fuselage. Only used by civilian AirTak airliner-operated An-2s.
- White: Cream white paint scheme with a bright red stripe running along the centre of the fuselage. Used by Takistani civilian air freight companies.
The An-2 has a base armour value of 25.
The plane's hull can withstand up to 25 points of damage. Depleting its integrity will instantly result in a total loss.
The An-2 does not possess an integrated Missile Approach Warning System, and will not alert the pilot of being targeted by incoming missiles.
The An-2 lacks a Radar Warning Receiver, and is unable to warn the pilot of being locked-onto by radar-based targeting systems.
The An-2 does not have an Infrared Warning Receiver, and will not warn the pilot of being targeted by infrared-based weapon systems.
- The An-2 is the only biplane-type aircraft in ArmA 2.
- Alongside the T-34 and the BTR-40, the An-2 is amongst one of the few oldest vehicles in the series.
Aircraft of comparable role and configuration
- Plane (Nogovan/Maldenian civilian predecessor, ArmA: CWA only)
- Caesar BTT (Tanoan civilian/Syndikat successor, ArmA 3: Apex only)
|Takistani Army - Vehicles (ArmA 2)|
|Wheeled||9P117 SCUD-B • BM-21 Grad • BTR-60 • BRDM-2 • Military Offroad • Motorcycle • SUV • UAZ-469 • Ural • V3S|
|Tracked||BMP-2 • BVP-1 • M113 • T-34 • T-55 • T-72 • ZSU-23-4|
|Rotor-wing||Mi-8 • Mi-24D • UH-1H|
|Fixed-wing||An-2 • L-39ZA • Su-25|
|Operation Arrowhead | Army of the Czech Republic|