The Blackhawk reappears in Black Ops II. In the mission "Cordis Die", one Blackhawk is shot down in Los Angeles. Several others are seen later in the mission. Several unmarked Blackhawks can be seen during the mission Karma; first, while entering the elevator and looking out to the swimming pool; next, when deploying Cordis Die's mercenary reinforcements. It also appears in Strike Force missions FOB Spectre and Shipwreck.
The crashed Black Hawk originally featured in the multiplayer map Crash (possibly as a reference to the 2001 film Black Hawk Down), but it was replaced with a CH-46 Sea Knight to replicate the setting of "Aftermath" more effectively.
In "Blackout", at the UH-60 that extracts the SAS has Royal Air Force markings, but Russian pilots. In level "Hunted", after the crash, the pilots are different.
In the beginning of "Charlie Don't Surf", even if a helicopter gets shot with an RPG-7 at the beginning of the mission, it will keep on flying. This is because it is a scripted and mandatory action and the enemies shoot to make the level more interactive or cinematic. This happens very often at the beginning of levels.
Black Hawks fly around the map in the level "Charlie Don't Surf". They sometimes gun down enemies with gunners firing from miniguns.
The Black Hawks in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare have the Royal Air Force markings. All of the UH-60s in the Modern Warfare games are in the RAF paint job, albeit with the "ROYAL AIR FORCE" marking altered as appropriate.
In mission Karma, Blackhawks transporting Mercs can be destroyed with one shot from high caliber sniper rifle or shooting the pilot.
The Blackhawks in Black Ops II seem to be retrofitted with elements to reduce it's radar cross section. These include a sharp, triangular nose section, large heat reducing exhaust ports, and a forward swept tailplane.