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SR disambig icon.svg This article is about the helicopter in Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV. For the VTOL of a similar name, see Screaming Eagle.

The Eagle is a vehicle in Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV.[1]

Overview[]

The Eagle is a helicopter used by the SNG and, to a lesser extent, the Steelport Police. This helicopter is like an aggressive version of the Oppressor, because it is the main transport of SWAT and SNG.

The vehicle comes with a search light and a good speed, and is more resistant than the Oppressor.

Variants[]

Average[]

This variant is in Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV.

  • Has a unique Top Radar Light not present on other variants.
  • No Weapons, 75-100% Grime.
  • Decal: Heli Text
  • Tabletop Gray body with Jet Black stripe
  • Slate Gray Interior, 20% Tint

The National Guard variant is the main transport of the SNG, this variant is gray, unarmed and is used at level 5 police Notoriety. It always spawns at Sierra Point. SNG do not use the Eagle when STAG is in the city.[2]

Ultimate[]

This variant is in Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV.

  • Has Weapons, 75-100% Grime.
  • Decal: (Heli Text)
  • National Guard Green body with Tabletop Gray stripe
  • Slate Gray Interior, 40% Tint

The armed variant is similar to the National Guard version but with a shrouded tail rotor, remodelled exhausts and a set of stub wings carrying two rocket launchers and two miniguns. It is also a tan colour, unlike the unarmed variant. It is parked on the south east helipad at Sierra Point. While slower and less agile than the Tornado and comparatively fragile, it is superbly heavily armed with dual miniguns and much faster firing rocket launchers, but tends to overheat. This version is modelled with the rear doors closed, possibly to avoid that the passengers protects the aircraft and make the "perfect vehicle", or to avoid system saturation.

This is the variant given by the "giveeagle" cheat.

In Saints Row: The Third, homies getting into the rear passenger compartment walk through the closed door. In Saints Row IV, the door slides open when homies enter.

MS01[]

This variant is in Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV.

  • No Weapons, 25% grime.
  • Decal: SWAT Stilwater
  • SWAT Blue Body
  • Water Bucket Gray interior, 60% Tint

This is used during "When Good Heists Go Bad".

SWAT[]

This variant is in Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV.

  • No Weapons, 25% grime.
  • Decal: SWAT Steelport
  • Swat Blue Body
  • Water Bucket Gray interior, 60% Tint

The SWAT variant is dark navy blue in color, with the word "SWAT" on the nose and "STEELPORT" on the tail boom and the city seal on the tail fin. It drops off a SWAT team when at level 4 police Notoriety. It can be obtained with the RC Possessor and then stored at the Garage. SWAT do not use the Eagle when STAG is in the city.[2]

Eagle_Mad[]

This separate vehicle based on the Eagle, is used in Saints Row: The Third.

There are two variants of this, "Standard" and "cutscene_variant".


HeliMS05[]

This separate vehicle based on the Eagle, is used in Saints Row: The Third and Saints Row IV.

Saints Row: The Third
  • No Weapons, 100% Grime.
  • Tabletop Gray body with Jet Black stripe
  • Galactic Dove Gray Interior, 20% Tint

This is the vehicle used in "Party Time".

Saints Row IV
  • No Weapons, 25% Grime.
  • Decal: (Saints Black Ops)
  • Jet Black Body, 100% Tint

This is the vehicle used in "Zero Saints Thirty".

This variant has three independent seats while the drivable version has a single seat occupying the entire bottom of its bay.[3]

M16[]

M16 variant Eagle

This variant is in Saints Row IV.

  • Has Weapons, 25% Grime
  • Decal: (Heli Text Black)
  • Blue Wave Body with Satin Bright White stripe
  • Tabletop Gray Interior, 80% Tint

M16 is "When a Plan Comes Together", but the colours of this variant do not match the Eagle used in that mission.

Trivia[]

  • The Cheat for this vehicle in Saints Row: The Third is "giveeagle". This gives the Ultimate variant.
  • There is no Cheat for this vehicle in Saints Row IV.
  • It resembles the UH-60 Black Hawk. The military version has the shrouded tail rotor of a Eurocopter Dauphin.
    • It has shorter rotors than the real Black Hawk, presumably to make it easier to land without clipping them on objects.
    • Somewhat true to real life, several variants of the Sikorsky S-70 platform, such as the MH-60 Direct Action Penetrator and AH-60L Battle Hawk sacrifices its troop-carrying capability for weapons payload.
  • "CO SGT MASAKO" is written on the side of the tan military version, this is a reference to Colonel Masako from Red Faction, who was also the inspiration for the name of the Masako in Saints Row 2.
  • The number on the nose and side of the Eagle - 571, sounds like 'armed uprising' when spoken in Mandarin.
  • The Armed SNG variant has a mesh error, when looking at the cockpit from the front, the back of the helicopter is see-through, as if it is open. This error does not exist in the unarmed versions due to having different models.

Gallery[]

SWAT Eagle in Saints Row: The Third

SNG transport Eagle in Saints Row: The Third

SNG armed Eagle in Saints Row: The Third

Armed Eagle in flight in Saints Row: The Third

Eagle in Saints Row: The Third

Eagle in Saints Row: The Third

Eagle in Saints Row: The Third

Eagle - SNG - front in Saints Row: The Third

Eagle - SNG with weapon - front in Saints Row: The Third

Eagle - SWAT - front in Saints Row: The Third

"Ultimate" variant in Saints Row: The Third

Armed Eagle in Sierra Point

Eagle in Saints Row The Third Remastered front.png
Eagle in Saints Row The Third Remastered left.png
Eagle in Saints Row The Third Remastered rear.png

The Eagle in Saints Row IV

Armed Eagle in Saints Row IV

"Ultimate" variant in Saints Row IV


References[]


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