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The AH-1Z Viper role is to provide close air support for friendly forces and denying enemy helicopters' operation. It has capacity against fixed-wing aircraft. The helicopter has the other for the gunner, one for its pilot, and 2 seats.

The AH-1Z Viper  appears in Battlefield 3, and is available for the USMC team. It features a gunner, a pilot and two seats. Its Russian equivalent is the Mi-28 Havoc.

The AH-1Z in Battlefield 2 is the attack helicopter of the United States Marine Corps. Its MEC, PLA, SEALs/SAS, MECSF/Spetsnaz/Rebel, and EU counterparts are the Mi-28 Havoc, the WZ-10, the AH-64 Apache, the Mi-35 Hind, and the AS-665 Tiger, respectively.

Compared to its counterparts, it's more oriented toward a general-purpose function, like the WZ-10, the AH-64 Apache, as well as the Mi-35 Hind, while the Mi-28 and the AS-665 Tiger is more inclined towards the anti-armor role. Its size also gives it an advantage, as it is much thinner than the Mi-28, making it a smaller target to the enemy, but it's still not as compact as the WZAdditionally, it arguably provides the best visibility to both the gunner and pilot, as the two of these like a near-unobstructed view from the cockpit. However, the crew of the AH-1Z Viper is the most vulnerable one compared to those of its counterparts due to its sitting design, since both the pilot and gunner can potentially be killed with a well aimed shot from an M95, or other weapons that can penetrate the glass of its own cockpit.

All in all, the vehicle should be used for its intended purpose: provide CAS for friendly ground forces, suppress enemy armor on the battlefield, clearing out control points, and even as an observation platform to report enemy positions to the player's team. If necessary, the participant may dogfight other attack helicopters, because they are similar in mobility and speed. With a good pilot and a good gunner, the AH-1Z Viper is very devastating to enemy ground vehicles and infantry, and can effectively blunt an armored spearhead.

The AH-1Z Viper, along with all Scout and Attack Helicopters, are most effective and dangerous in maps and game modes where a Mobile Anti-Aircraft isn't available or if the aircraft's operating staff is responsible for it only. In these maps and game style like Siege of Shanghai, the Attack Helicopter can operate relatively unopposed with the exception of the odd hostile Attack, Transport Helicopter or infantry missile and rocket fire from time to time, with tons of buildings available for cover when on the escape. If both pilot or gunner are daring enough, the vehicle operators might choose to discretely enter into the enemy un-capture base in order to hijack the opposing team's Attack Helicopter as it spawns. This leaves the operating team with 2 Attack Helicopters in leaving next to no aerial threats and possession.

The AH-1Z Viper appears in the mission Fire From The Sky being flown by Gunslinger 5-7 since they provide close air support for Warrior 2-1 as they rescue a General who has been held hostage by the PLR. Within this mission, the rocket pods and the cannon have another firing sound, the cannon also has a slower rate of fire than its multiplayer counterpart.

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