|“|| Armored personnel carrier ready!|
- A Halftrack driver
The Halftrack is the Soviets' early anti-aircraft vehicle in the field. Their quad flak cannons can tear any aircraft to shreds and heavily damage adjacent airborne units with its shrapnel. The 12.7mm machine gun that comes equipped with the vehicle is more than adequate at handling infantry, but is poor against anything else.
Even though Halftracks are only lightly armored, their high speed and low cost more than compensates for this. The vehicle also allows for the quick transportation of infantry, but due to the space taken up by tracking systems and ammunition storage, the Halftrack can only carry two extra passengers, one larger infantry unit or a Terror Drone.
The Halftrack is the Soviet Tier 1 transport as well as primary anti-infantry and anti-air support vehicle. Armed with a machine gun to deal with light infantry and a flak cannon to fend off air threats, the Halftrack travels at relatively high speed, carrying two passengers, one larger infantry unit or a Terror Drone inside. At only $500, the Halftrack is cost effective and can be massed with ease, the price and build time can be further reduced by constructing an Industrial Plant. Though inferior to its Allied counterpart in terms of AA firepower, the Halftrack's flak cannon deals splash damage and large hordes of such vehicles can bring down any air unit effectively.
Unfortunately, the Halftrack is quite fragile and can be easily destroyed by any anti-armor threats. The machine gun is useless against anything but infantry and the passenger survival rate is low. As a result. the Halftrack are mostly used as either AA and anti-infantry escorts, or fast-moving harassment vehicles with infantry squads on-board.
- Halftrack debuts as enemies in Road Trippin' and a buildable unit in Happy Birthday, when Latin Confederation joined the Third World War.
- Armored personnel carrier ready!
- Ready for transport.
- Let's clear the air.
- Do you have a plan?
- What is the mission?
When ordered to move
- Making tracks.
- I'll carry out the operation.
- Getting in closer.
- Cutting path.
When ordered to attack
- Firing salvo!
- Flak away.
- Tear them apart!
- Flak them down!!
- Guns loaded.
- The Flak Track in Red Alert 2 was supposed to be called Halftrack and was referred to as such in the game files.