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UH-1 & UH-60 Black Hawk

[vc_row center_bck_image="no"][vc_column][vc_empty_space][eltd_section_title enable_separator="no" alignment="left" title="UH-1 & UH-60 Black Hawk"][vc_column_text]The Black Hawk is the Armys front-line utility helicopter used for air assault, air cavalry, and aeromedical evacuation units. It is designed to carry 11 combat-loaded, air assault troops, and it is capable of moving a 105-millimeter howitzer and 30 rounds of ammunition. First deployed in 1978, the Black Hawks advanced technology makes it easy to maintain in the field. The Black Hawk has performed admirably in a variety of missions, including air assault, air cavalry and aeromedical evacuations. In addition, modified Black Hawks operate as command and control, electronic warfare, and special operations platforms. The UH-60A, first flown in...

Boeing – AH-64 Apache, CH-47 Chinook

[vc_row center_bck_image="no"][vc_column][vc_empty_space][eltd_section_title enable_separator="no" alignment="left" title="Boeing – AH-64 Apache, CH-47 Chinook"][vc_column_text]The first fully equipped Army Chinook, designated the CH-47A, entered service in August 1962 with a gross weight of 33,000 pounds (14,969 kilograms). Boeing introduced the CH-47B in 1966 with an improved airframe and power plant provided by the T55-l-7C engines. The gross weight rose to 40,000 pounds (18,144 kilograms). The CH-47C was developed in 1967 in response to the Army’s request for transporting a 15,000-pound (6804-kilogram) payload a distance of 30 nautical miles (56 kilometers) on a 95-degree Fahrenheit (35-degree Celsius) day at 4,000 feet (1219 meters). It was powered by T55-l-11 engines and had a gross...

Bell Agusta – AB109, AB139, AB206, AB 412

[vc_row center_bck_image="no"][vc_column][vc_empty_space][eltd_section_title enable_separator="no" alignment="left" title="Bell Agusta – AB109, AB139, AB206, AB 412"][vc_column_text]The AW139 is a conventional twin-engine multi-role helicopter. It has a five-bladed fully articulated main rotor with a titanium hub and composite blades and a four-bladed articulated tail rotor. It is fitted with retractable tricycle landing gear, the two aft wheels retracting into external sponsons which are also used to house emergency equipment. It is flown by a crew of two pilots, with up to 15 passengers accommodated in three rows of five. The AW139 had been aimed at a vacant niche in the market, sitting below larger types such as the Eurocopter AS332 Super Puma...

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