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An ASTOL-MB93 in Godzilla vs. Mothra
Length 15.2 meters[1][note 1]
Weight 8.2 metric tons[1]
Width 6.3 meters[2]
Targets Godzilla
Piloted by Multiple
First appearance Godzilla vs. Mothra

The ASTOL-MB93 (93式メーサー攻撃機,   93-Shiki Mēsā Kōgeki-ki, lit. Type 93 Maser Attack Aircraft) is a G-Force attack helicopter that first appeared in the 1992 Godzilla film, Godzilla vs. Mothra.


Heisei Series

Godzilla vs. Mothra

The ASTOL-MB93s were created with the same beam technology as the MBAW-93s and the MBT-MB92s, but were meant to be a flying aircraft. They were deployed to attack Godzilla after he had emerged from Mount Fuji.


  • Capable of flight at 650 kilometers per hour.[1]
  • Equipped with two Maser Cannons and a 20-millimeter Vulcan Gatling gun.[1]



Godzilla, King of the Monsters

Shortly after the defeat of Megalon and Neo Biollante, Godzilla appeared in Tokyo and began to rampage. Hideo Kaneko and his brother, Yosuke knew that something was wrong, and Yosuke ran off, much to Hideo's objections. Shortly afterwards, Yosuke returned piloting an ASTOL-MB93 owned by G-Team, and began firing on Godzilla to try and drive him back. After shooting at 'Godzilla' several times, some of the giant monster's skin on its head and upper right arm fell off, exposing metal underneath and foiling its disguise. After firing several blasts out of his hands, the giant machine shed its failed disguise, and revealed itself to be Mechagodzilla III.

Video Games

Godzilla (PlayStation 3 / PlayStation 4)

Alongside MBT-MB92 Maser Cannons, ASTOL-MB93s spawn once the player reaches Disaster Level 4, and behave in a similar way as the Mitsubishi F-2 fighter jets encountered at lower levels, making low passes towards the player's monster while firing their Maser beams at them.


Concept Art





  1. The 2012 publication Toho Special Effects Movie Complete Works (p. 234) erroneously lists the ASTOL-MB93's length as 13.2 meters.


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