Competing against China's Tianchao, USA's Comanche and Apache, Russia's Havoc, European Tiger and many more types of attack helicopters, the Black Shark (Allied Callsign: Hokum A) introduced in 1995 is one of Russia's twin blade helicopters that went in service with the air forces of Russia and Iraq, the helicopter was used by Russia's Air Force before their division during the Kalini Crisis in 2017.
Some of these helicopters found their way into service with terrorists and military regiments within the time of its service, some were spotted in the United States and South America used by terror cells.
- GLRF - Secretly acquired through underground deals and sales, the GLRF uses these Russian helicopters for airborne attack purposes, also capable of launching a barrage of rockets at targets.
- GLA Separatist - Known as the White Shark helicopter, it is known as one of the modified versions that were equipped with better weapons and more experience when they were abandoned in 2025.
|KA-50 "Black Shark" Attack Helicopter|
|Two desert themed Black Sharks flying over water|
|Faction||Global Liberation Resistance|
- Black Shark pilot -
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Theron White Shark
|KA-50 "White Shark" Attack Helicopter|
|Two beige and white coloured White Sharks flying over in a desert|
|Build at||Makeshift Airstrip|
"This Infidel is Mine!"
- White Shark pilot -
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Behind the Scenes
- The known Russian Ka-50 Black Shark Helicopter is based on its real-life counterparts, basically two versions of these finest helicopters boasting different equipment.
- White Shark Variants will be based on the Ka-52 Alligator helicopters, they are also equipped with some different weapons such as laser guided missiles, same missile racks and also a cannon.