General Dynamics GAU-19/A

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General Dynamics GAU-19/A - .50 BMG. Here pictured with Jet pilot, Helicopter pilot, and infantry soldier's helmets, and belt of .50 BMG ammo.
GD GAU-19/A with muzzle brake and mount - .50 BMG.

Originally designed by General Electrics (GE) as the GECAL 50, this gun was designated by the US military as the General Dynamics GAU-19. Though otherwise similar to the GE M134 Minigun, the GAU-19/A is an electronically fired, three-barrelled Gatling Gun built to fire the .50 BMG round. The weapon can selectively fire 1,000-2,000RPM while the version mounted on the AM General HMMWV fires at a fixed rate of 1,300RPM.

The General Dynamics GAU-19/A has been used in the following films, video games, and anime:

Film

Title Actor Character Note Date
Doomsday Mounted on Super Frelon helicopter 2008
Avatar Appeares as MBS-9M "Hydra"; mounted on SA-2 Samson helicopters 2009

Anime

Film Title Character Note Date
Akira Mounted on the flying platform 1987
Appleseed Mounted on the patrol helicopters 1988
Patlabor: The Movie 2 Door-mounted on JGSDF helicopter 1993
Ghost in the Shell S.A.C. 2nd GIG Part of JGSDA combat suits 2004-2005
Flag Mounted on the mecha 2006
The Skull Man American Garo soldiers 2007

Video Games

Game Title Referred as Mods Notation Date
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories Portable version 2006
Clive Barker's Jericho Portable version 2007
Resident Evil 5 Turret machine guns 2009
Uncharted 2: Among Thieves Mounted on Hind gunships 2009
Army of Two: The 40th Day Portable 2010
Homefront Mounted on Humvees and AH-700 helicopters 2011
F.3.A.R. Part of the E.P.A. - Enhanced Power Armor 2011
Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Death Machine Futuristic Look Portable 2012


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