Grand Theft Auto is a truly massive game. Between GTA 5 and the constant updates from Rockstar for GTA Online; there’s no shortage of new content and interesting things to do.
Join me, then, in our continuing series, getting gold in every damn mission, in GTA 5 as we look at Grand Theft Auto Mission Mission Cargobob.
…and don’t forget to hang about until the end, so you can catch our bonus tips on how to get through this mission first time.
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Getting gold in this mission is a lot of fun, but don’t be surprised if it takes a few goes. Turns out the personnel at the Los Santos Military Base aren’t massive fans of Civilians sequestering their equipment.
Before heading in I highly recommend taking a minute to grab some body armour. A quick, compact car or motorcycle doesn’t hurt either.
To take home the gold for this one, we just need to complete the mission in 5:30
[01:19] Storming the base
[02:36] Supporter thanks
[03:21] Finishing with Gold
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The submarine for The Merryweather Heist (offshore) is required by Trevor, Franklin and Michael for Cargobob. The player must enter the air base of Fort Zancudo and rob the Cargobob. As soon as a Buzzard flies out of the base, he will pursue Trevor and force him to lose it. The player then just has to park the helicopter in the Grand Senora Desert at Sandy Shores Airfield.
This is a mix of Boeing Vertol CH-46 Sea Knight, with its tail boom, its twin-rotor configuration and the Sikorsky MH-53 Pave Low and the Sikorsky CH-53 Sea Stallion with their nose and twin-side fuel tanks. Unlike popular belief, it doesn’t look like a CH-47 chinook, but actually most of it looks like a CH-46 sea knight with a twin rotor layout, like Chinook, but is much shorter, with a three-wheel undercarriage, as on the cargo bog.
The cargobob has a large body with lateral mounted tanks and large engine compartments, a large cabin accessible from the doors to the cab and a large bay for two more people to sit on the open ladder whereas the six others are simply removed into the bay. The cargobob has two other players. A cargo ramp door is also available to be opened.
The vehicle consists of two main variants:
The first is the US Marine Corps’ military version, which comes with “Marines” stencils, military icons and identification number 435 in the usual desert camo. The vehicle is spawned in white, although the vehicle is completely covered by livery.
The first is a civil version, which is operated by Jetsam (called Cargobob Jetsam on the Warstock Cache & Carry website). The version in white primary color is marked “CARGOBOB 893,” “N-LS69” and “Jetsam Heavy Liftservice.” This color includes red stripes and engine compartments. In comparison with the military version, nose parts were removed, leading to a smoother nose that resembles the previous versions of the Sea Stallion CH-53 and the Sea King SH-3 / S-61.