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Westland AH.9 Lynx

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Sikorsky SH-3 Sea King

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McDonnell Douglas MH-90 Enforcer

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NHindustrie NH90 (none)

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Mil Mi-24D Hind

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Kaman SH-2 Seasprite

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Fairchild Hiller FH-1100 (none)

-edit 15.01.2016 Justin T: Removed nickname Hornet and replaced it with (none).

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Sikorsky R-4 Hoverfly

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Fuji AH-1S Cobra

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Atlas TP-1 Oryx

-Built and modeled after the Aerospatiale AS.330 Puma for the South African Air Force

-Shares the same tail rotor set up as the Aerospatiale AS.332 Super Puma, note the large solid plates on the foremost part of the engine intakes.

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Sikorsky SH-60 Seahawk

-Can have a different tail wheel set up when compared to the the UH-60 Blackhawk. Look for the Navy markings as well.

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Sikorsky H-2, -3, -5, S-51 (none)

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Mil Mi-14 Haze

-Capable of landing in water, as evident by the 'hull' of the aircraft.

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Bell UH-1Y Venom

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Bell UH-1N (212) Iroquois (Twin Huey)

-The Iroquois moniker is applied to all UH-1 variants in US service with the exeption of the UH-1Y Venom (Edit 1/28: Glenn)

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Boeing Vertol CH-46 Sea Knight

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Kamov Ka-29 Helix B

Russian naval assault variant of the Ka-27 Helix

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Sikorsky CH-126 Choctaw

-Canadian militart designation for the S-58/H-34, a bit unclear as to how common this designation is.

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Hiller OH-23 Raven

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Agusta Westland (European Helicopter) AW(EH).101 Merlin

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Kamov Ka-50 Hokum

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Sikorsky HH-52 Seaguard

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Bell OH-58D Kiowa Warrior

-D model of the OH-58 has the infrared unit on top of the rotor hub.

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Sikorsky CH-148 Cyclone

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Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion

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Kamov Ka-27/28/29/30/31 Helix

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Mil Mi-17 Hip

-Edit 4/16 Glenn, Changed Q photo, showed Mi-8

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Agusta A-129 Mangusta

-Canon under the nose is easily distinguishable from other attack helicopters. Note the engine intakes and the cockpit window layout.

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Sikorsky SH-60 Seahawk

-Can have a different tail wheel set up when compared to the the UH-60 Blackhawk. Look for the Navy markings as well.

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Boeing Vertol CH-113 Labrador

-Canadian search and rescue CH-46

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Kaman SH-2G Super Seasprite

-Upgraded version of the SH-2 Seasprite operated by; Poland, New Zealand, Egypt, and the United States.

-Note that the engines are quite a bit different from the SH-2 Seasprite and that the exhaust does not come out of the side of the engine as seen on the 'un' super model.

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Agusta A129 Mangusta

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Sikorsky CH34 Chochtaw

-Edit 10.08.2014 Justin: Q slide change from CH-34 Seahorse (Marines) to H-34 Chochtaw

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Change Z-8 (none)

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Sikorsky SH-3 Sea King

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Aerospatiale AS.330 Puma

-This aircraft does not have the same vertical tail rotor that the Aerospatiale AS.332 Super Puma has which extendes under the tail rotor boom.

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Agusta MH-68A Stingray

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McDonnell Douglas MH-90 Enforcer

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Hindustan SA-316B Chetak

-Indian Air Force license built Aerospatiale SA-316B Alouette III

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Sikorsky CH-54 Tarhe

-United States Army variant of the Sikorsky S-64 Skycrane

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Eurocopter UH-72 Lakota

-338 flown by the US Army, another 5 flown by the US Navy. Based on the Eurocopter EC-145 (none) frame.

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Hindustan Aeronautics/HAL (none) Dhruv/Polaris

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Sikorsky CH-53 Sea Stallion

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Mil Mi-28 Havoc

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Sikorsky CH-34 Seahorse

-edit 15.01.2016 Justin T: Changed 'A' side pciture to a Seahorse where as it had previously shown a US Navy Seabat.

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Westland AH.1 Scout

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Westland WS-61/HAR3 Sea King Commando

-License built version of the Sikorsky S-61 Sea King.

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Bell UH-1B Iroquois

-Huey is an unofficial nickname.

-The  204 model is the UH-1B

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HAL/Hindustan Aeronautics (none) Light Combat Helicopter/LCH

-As of 04.15.2015 Wikipedia lists only three as being built

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Sikorsky HH-60 Jayhawk

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Mil Mi-28 Havoc

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Harbin Z-19 Black Whirlwind

-Notice Smooth canopy in comparison to the Z-10

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Sikorsky HH-52 Seaguard

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Westland HAR.2 Whirlwind

-Number designation could be seen in the HAR.1 - HAR.10, HC.2, or HC.10 along with a few others.

-License built variant of the Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw. Note that the nose shape can change quite a bit.

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Westland HC.4 Commando

-edit 05.09.2015 Glenn: changed Sea King to Commando.

 

 

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Hughes OH-6A Cayuse

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Westland HCC.4 Gazelle

-Also correct with the number designations AH.1, HT2, and HT3.

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Westland HR.1 Dragonfly

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CAIC Z-10 Fierce Thunderbolt

-Was there ever a more ridiculous name for an aircraft?

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Mil Mi-17 Hip

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Sikorsky H-34 Choctaw

-Engine is in the nose of the aircraft. US Navy and Marines aircraft are called the Seabat and Seahorse respectively.

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Sikorsky HO5S-1 (none)

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Boeing-Vertol CH-46 Sea Knight

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Agusta Westland AW.159 Wildcat

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Bell UH-1Y Venom

-edit 10/20, changed designation as per research on wikipedia, glenn

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Aerospatiale AS.330 Puma

-This aircraft does not have the same vertical tail rotor that the Aerospatiale AS.332 Super Puma has which extends under the tail rotor boom.

-Note that this variant used by Spain does not have the engines that 'poke' forward.

 

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Bell AH-1W Super Cobra

-Has only two rotor blades unlike the Bell AH-1Z Viper which has four

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Sikorsky CH-37 Mojave

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Bell CH-146 Griffon

-Bell 412 Canadian variant

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Sikorsky CH-53D Sea Stallion

-Has six rotor blades, does not have the 20 cant to the rear rotor that the CH-53E does

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Eurocopter HH-65 Dolphin

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Bell AH-1W Super Cobra

-Two blades, large exhausts, used by the USMC

-edit 26.01.2015 Browne: Changed A slide to show AH-1W Super Cobra instead of AH-1Z Viper

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Westland AH.9 Lynx

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Agusta Westland AW.159 Wildcat

-Exhaust faces upwards

-Relatively boxy compared to the AH.7/AH.9 Lynx

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Saunders Roe AOP.10 Skeeter

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Hindustan Aeronautics/HAL (none) Dhruv/Polaris

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Bell CH-146 Griffon

-Canadian military variant of the 412

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Bell TH-67 Creek

-US Army trainer

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KAI KUH-1 Surion

-Police variant exists as the KUH-1P Chamsuri

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Harbin Z-9 Haitun

-Copy of the Aerospatiale AS.365 Dauphin

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Eurocopter UH-72 Lakota

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Hindustan SA-315B Cheetah

-Indian Army variant of the SA-315B Lama

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Boeing Vertol CH-113 Labrador

-Canadian search and rescue CH-46

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Eurocopter EC-665 Tigre

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Aerospatiale AS.330 Puma

-This aircraft does not have the same vertical tail rotor that the Aerospatiale AS.332 Super Puma has which extends under the tail rotor boom.

-The two engines seem to protrude forward more noticeably than the Super Puma

 

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NHindustrie NH90 (none)

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Sikorsky R-6 (none)

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Hiller OH-23 Raven

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Kamov KA-60 Kacatka/Orca

-Top of the vertical stabilizer is unique.

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Fuji UH-1J Iroquois 

-License built Bell product by Fuji 

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Changhe Z-8 (none)

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Kaman HH-43 Huskie

-Note the Kaman dual rotor towers, and the large exhaust out the back of the engine cowling.

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McDonnell Douglas AH-64D Apache Longbow

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Mil Mi-24A Hind

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Bell UH-1Y Venom

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Bell TH-57 Sea Ranger

-US Navy trainer

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Left: Eurocopter HH-65 Dolphin

Right: Sikorsky HH-52 Seaguard

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Harbin Z-5 Hound

-Chinese built copy of the Mil Mi-4 Hound. Look for the Chinese markings.

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Mil Mi-6 Hook

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Westland HC.2 Wessex

-Could also be seen under number designation HAS.1, HAR.2, or HAS.3.

-First turbine powered helicopter to be produced in large numbers. This was a departure from the piston engines seen in the US models.

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Bell OH58 Kiowa

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Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw

-Produced under license in Great Britain as the Westland HAR.1, HAR.2, HC.2, etc. Whirlwind.

-Look for the four landing gear, which is similar to the Mil Mi-4 Hound.

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Harbin Z-9 Haitun

-Copy of the Aerospatiale AS.365 Dauphin

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Yakovlev Yak-24 Horse

-Such a rare aircraft that you can almost always lD this helicopter based on location.

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Fuji UH-1J Iroquois

-License built Bell product for the JSDF

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Aerospatiale AS.332 Super Puma

-The Super Puma has a vertical tail rotor that extends below the tail boom where as the AS.330 Puma does not.

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Fuji AH-64DJP Apache Longbow

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Agusta A.106 (none)

-Torpedo attack helicopter, as a result only two were ever made.

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Denel AH-2 Rooivalk

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KAI KUH-1P Chamsuri

-Military version exists as the KAI KUH-1 Surion

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Eurocopter EC-665 Tigre

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Aerospatiale AS.350 Ecureuil/A-Star

-edit 10.17.2014 Justin: Q slide showed a AS.355 Twin Star; changed to AS.350 (Credit for the catch to Browne)

 

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Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican

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Kaman SH-2G Super Seasprite

-Upgraded version of the SH-2 Seasprite operated by; Poland, New Zealand, Egypt, and the United States.

-Note that the engines are quite a bit different from the SH-2 Seasprite and that the exhaust does not come out of the side of the engine as seen on the 'un' super model.

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Eurocopter EC-665 Tigre

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HAL/Hindustan Aeronautics (none) Light Combat Helicopter/LCH

-As of 04.15.2015 Wikipedia lists only three as being built

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Sikorsky CH-124 Sea King

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Bell OH-58 Kiowa

-Is not a OH-58D Kiowa Warrior because it lacks the radar buoy on top of the rotors.

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Westland HAR.2 Whirlwind

-Number designation could be seen in the HAR.1 - HAR.10, HC.2, or HC.10 along with a few others.

-License built variant of the Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw. Note that the nose shape can change quite a bit.

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Bell UH-1N Iroquis

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Kamov Ka-27/28/29/30/31 Helix

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Bell UH-1B Iroquois

-Huey is an unofficial nickname.

-The  204 model is the UH-1B

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McDonnell Douglas AH-64 Apache

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Kamov Ka-52 Alligator

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Piasecki H-21 Workhorse/Shawnee

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Sikorsky H-34 Choctaw

-Engine is in the nose of the aircraft. US Navy and Marines aircraft are called the Seabat and Seahorse respectively.

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Kawasaki OH-1 Ninja

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Atlas TP-1 Oryx

-Built and modeled after the Aerospatiale AS.330 Puma for the South African Air Force

-Shares the same tail rotor set up as the Aerospatiale AS.332 Super Puma, note the large solid plates on the foremost part of the engine intakes.

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Mil Mi-17 Hip

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Westland HCC.4 Gazelle

-Also correct with the number designations AH.1, HT2, and HT3.

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PZL Swidnik (none) Kania

-Follow up to the Mi-2, with about 19 being built. Note the large engines with a much larger middle gap, also may have a large utility door on the pilot side of the aircraft.

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NHindustrie NH90 (none)

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Boeing Vertol VH-46E/F Sea Knight

-Not ever actually used as a Presidential transport, rather used in a support role. Varying sources say the VH is unofficial and official.

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McDonnell Douglas MD500 Defender

-Edit 6/28/15 Glenn, changed manufacturer to McDonnell Douglas

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Harbin Z-6 (none)

 

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Westland HC.2 Wessex

-Could also be seen under number designation HAS.1, HAR.2, or HAS.3.

-First turbine powered helicopter to be produced in large numbers. This was a departure from the piston engines seen in the US models.

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MBB PAH-1 (none)

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Kamov Ka-27/28/29/30/31 Helix

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KAI KUH-1P Chamsuri

-Military version is the KAI KUH-1 Surion

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Westland WS-61/HAR3 Sea King Commando

-License built version of the Sikorsky S-61 Sea King.

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Kamov Ka-50 Hokum

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Sikorsky CH-37 Mojave

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Agusta A.106 (none)

-Torpedo attack helicopter, as a result only two were ever made.

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Kawasaki Vertol KV-107 (none)

-Used by both the JASDF and a quite limited number of civilian operators

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Sikorsky CH-126 Choctaw

-Canadian military designation, a bit unclear as to how common this number designation was.

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Sikorsky HH-3F Pelican

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Bell UH-13J Sioux

-Derivative of the Agusta Bell AB.47J (none), two being acquired as presidential transport.

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Bell OH-58D Kiowa Warrior

-The OH-58D Kiowa Warrior always has the FLIR camera bouy on top of the rotor hub. If that bouy were not there this helicopter would be the OH-58 Kiowa.

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HAL/Hindustan Aeronautics (none) Rudra

-Armed variant of the HAL (none)Dhruv/Polaris

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Bell UH-1D (205) Iroquois

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Hughes OH-6A Cayuse

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Denel/Atlas AH-2 Rooivalk

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Sud Ouest S.O. 1221 Djinn

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CAIC Z-10 Fierce Thunderbolt

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Kamov Ka-52 Alligator

-"Only two abreast attack helicopter" that Glenn Dodd knows of

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Kamov Ka-52 Alligator

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Agusta A.129 Mangusta

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Westland HC.4 Commando

-Extensively modified version of the S-61 Sea King for the Royal Navy and the Egyptian Air Force. Note that the floats were removed from the side of the aircraft.

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Westland HR.1 Dragonfly

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Bell UH-13 Sioux

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Bell TH-67 Creek

-All of the little white pin stripes look like a bunch of tiny small creeks.

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Mil Mi-4 Hound

-Similar to the Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw, this design is just a little bit "off". Always will have two large forward facing scoops on either side of the cowling.

-Over 4,000 produced.

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Westland HAR.2 Whirlwind

-Number designation could be seen in the HAR.1 - HAR.10, HC.2, or HC.10 along with a few others.

-License built variant of the Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw. Note that the nose shape can change quite a bit.

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Sikorsky R-4 Hoverfly

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Aerospatiale AS.332 Super Puma

-In addition to having a vertical tail rotor that extends below the tail boom, there is a small hole at the top of the vertical tail rotor that faces forward.

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TAI T-129 Mangusta/(none)

-Model of the Agusta A-129 Mangusta being used by Turkey. Engine intakes are quite a bit different in comparison to the original A-129 Mangusta in order to cope with increased dust and desert conditions.

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Hindustan Aernautics/HAL (none) Dhruv/Polaris

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Sikorsky H-34 Choctaw

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Saunders Roe AOP.10 Skeeter

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Sikorsky R-4 Hoverfly

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Sikorsky CH-34 Seahorse

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Sikorsky SH-3 Sea King

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Boeing Vertol CH-47 Chinook

edit 9.16.2014 Justin: Answer side showed Kawasaki CH-47J Chinook

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Kaman HH-43 Huskie

-Note the Kaman dual rotor towers, and the large exhaust out the back of the engine cowling.

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Sikorsky R-6 (none)

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Bell AH-1 Huey Cobra

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Bell CH-135 Twin Two Twelve/Twin Huey

-Canadian military designation for the Bell 212

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HAL ALH Rudra

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Mil Mi-4 Hound

-Similar to the Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw, this design is just a little bit "off". Always will have two large forward facing scoops on either side of the cowling.

-Over 4,000 produced.

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Eurocopter HH-65 Dolphin

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Kawasaki OH-1 Ninja

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MBB PAH-1 (none)

-Used by the German military in an anti-tank role, carrying up to six missiles.

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Sikorsky HH-52 Seaguard

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KAI KUH-1 Surion

-Police variant exists as the KUH-1P Chamsuri

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HAL/Hindustan Aeronautics (none) Rudra

-Armed variant of the HAL (none) Dhruv/Polaris

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Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw

-Produced under license in Great Britain as the Westland HAR.1, HAR.2, HC.2, etc. Whirlwind.

-'A' side picture is technically a VH-19 due to the paint scheme giving away the VIP transportation role.

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Bristol HC Mk.I Belvedere

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Hiller OH-23 Raven

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Aerospatiale SA-313B Alouette II

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Bristol HC Mk.I Belvedere

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Sikorsky CH-54 Tarhe

-Could also appear w/unoffical name of 'Sky Crane' (4/16, Glenn)

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Hiller CH-112 Nomad

-Built in small numbers for training and observation, there was another plan in Canada for these helicotpers to move small dumps of munitions and supplies quickly.

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PZL Swidnik (none) Kania

-Follow up to the Mi-2, with about 19 being built. Note the large engines with a much larger middle gap, also may have a large utility door on the pilot side of the aircraft.

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Kawasaki CH-47J Chinook

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Sikorsky CH-124 Sea King

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Sikorsky HH-3E Jolly Green Giant

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Sud Ouest S.O. 1221 Djinn

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Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw

-Produced under license in Great Britain as the Westland HAR.1, HAR.2, HC.2, etc. Whirlwind.

-Look for the four landing gear, which is similar to the Mil Mi-4 Hound.

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Mil Mi-17 Hip

-Mil Mi-8 Hip could also be seen. In a write in situation either should work.

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Hughes TH-55 (300) Osage

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Bell H-13 Sioux

-The 'U' or the 'O' often seen in front of the H-13 is entirely optional

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Bell AH-1Z Viper

-Four blades, large exhaust, used by the USMC

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Agusta Bell AB47J (none)

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Yakovlev Yak-24 Horse

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Boeing Vertol HKP-4 (none)

-Unaware if the designation Sea Knight carries over to the Swedish military.

-Edit: 8/25/15 glenn, Changed manufacturer on A slide to Boeing Vertol

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Agusta MH-68A Stingray

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Mil Mi-24D Hind

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Piasecki H-25A Mule

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Piasecki H-21 Workhorse/Shawnee

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