|C-119 Flying Boxcar|
|Statistics (No Boosts)|
|Health||Varies By Age:|
|Damage per second||Varies by Age:|
|Favourite Target||Resource Buildings|
|Training Cost||Varies By Age:
Gunpowder Age: 15,300 food
Industrial Age: 580 oil
|Training Time||30 minutes|
|Unit Per Deployment||1|
|Deployment Cooldown||45 seconds|
|Troop Space||1 (in a C-119 Hangar)|
|Strength||Deloys a powerful raider inside enemy base|
|Weakness||Cooldown long time, Air Defense, Tower, S.A.M. Battery|
“This heavy air transport air drops an Armored Car, which is a durable vehicle that focuses on raiding enemy resources. Armored Car don't trigger troop-spawning buildings like Garrisons.To use the C-119 Flying Boxcar, tap the location where you want the Armored Car to air drop. If the transport survives, it will return to base to begin loading up another Armored Car.”
General Information Edit
- C-119 Flying Boxcars are unlocked in Operation Husky!'s or NATO Hanger's step 1 and step 3.
- C-119 Flying Boxcars are produced in the C-119 Hangar.
- Like a Transport, The C-119 Flying Boxcar can deploy a unit on a spot where to go. The unit would drop with a parachute onto the region and attack ground buildings when it lands.
- The C-119 Flying Boxcar deploys Armored Cars; unlike regular Transports with Paratrooper Infantry.
- The C-119 Flying Boxcar itself cannot attack and therefore, defenseless on its own.
- The C-119 Flying Boxcar is weak against anti-air defensive buildings like the Tower.
Historically Description Edit
"The Farchild C-119 - nicknamed the "Flying Boxcar" for its ungainly profile - was a multirole military transport incorporating lessons learned from earlier Farchild cargo planes to maximize carrying capacity and performance. The aircraft was developed in Hagerstown, Maryland and saw service from the late 1940s through the early 1970s, primarily as a troop and equipment transport.
In one demonstration of its impressive capabilities during the Korean War, Flying Boxcars parachuted an entire bridge in eight sections to retreating UN troops with their backs against a river, enabling them to complete the withdrawal and saving the units from being overrun. Farchild eventually built a gunship version based on the airframe, called the AC-119G Shadow, which saw service throughout the Vietnam War, even when this war ended in 75s. Many C-119s ended their service life as airtankers fighting wildfires well into the 1980s."
Attacking Strategies Edit
Defensive Strategy Edit
- The Armored Car the C-119 Flying Boxcar deploys is the Rolls-Royce Armored Car, a light four-wheel British armored vehicle.