Vertical Jacks (literally) of All Trades

Braybrook, Roy; Biass, Eric H.
June 2005
Armada International;Jun/Jul2005, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p10
Focuses on the upgrading of existing utility helicopters in response to increasing demand for hot/high airfield performance, substantial payload capability and a full range of defensive countermeasures. Key features of the remanufactured Bell UH-1Y utility helicopters; Reason behind the first low-rate initial production remanufactured UH-1Y; Helicopters from the U.S. Navy that equal the capacity of the Black Hawk helicopters. INSET: 50 Years Ago.


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