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Huges 500 MD Defender Author: Victor Egorov
Although the Defender prototype took off on its first flight on August 1974, the type's ancestors had enjoyed a long and successful career long before. Based on the Model 269 (TH-55 Osage), first flown in September 1955, and the Model 369 (OH-6 Cayuse), 1,417 examples of which served with the US Army, 
the Defender was Hughes's response to international demand for an affordable anti tank helicopter, based on the civilian Model 500D. Designed for those unable to afford the AH-1 Cobra or the AH-64 Apache, the Defender is easily distinguished from the Cayuse by its 'T' tail and its five blade main rotor. It also features self sealing fuel tanks and an engine inlet particle separator and can also be fitted with extra armour and a large variety of weapons and sensors. The type has enjoyed immense success and equips many air forces and law enforcement agencies around the world.

This fantastic helicopter has been made by Victor Egorov
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Bell-206 JetRanger Author: Victor Egorov
The Bell Model 206 JetRanger is one of the most successful helicopter designs in the world. The design originated in the mid-1960s as an entry in a US Army competition for a light observation (scout) helicopter. Although Bell lost the contract, the Model 206 "JetRanger" entered the civilian market in 1967. The Model 206 has been overhauled three times, the basic shape and design are unchanged since 1967. The JetRanger is popular with news media for traffic and news reporting. In a twist, the US Army eventually selected the 206 for use as the OH-58 Kiowa, fulfilling its original role. The US Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard use 206 variants known as the TH-57 "Sea Ranger" in the Navy and Marines and the TH-67 Creek in the Army as a trainer for helicopter students.

This fantastic helicopter has been made by Victor Egorov
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Cierva-C4 Author: Mat Recardo
The Cierva C-4 Autogyro
There is some controversy about the first flight date of the C-4 but the most reliable evidence is that on January 17, 1923, in its latest form the C-4 made the first controlled gyroplane flight in history, a flight which has been described as the most significant since the first flight of the Wright brothers.

Beautifully built by Mat Recardo
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Mi-24 A - attack helicopter Author: Victor Egorov
The first production version of the Mi-24.
During 5 years of production about 200 were built, differed from the prototype by 120 anhedral stub-wings added to improve lateral stability.

Wingtips were used to accommodate four 'Phalanga' (Phalanx) anti-tank missiles, two on each side.

The operation of these helicopters, including combat missions, contributed greatly to their further development, upgrading and reliability improvement.

This fantastic helicopter has been made by Victor Egorov
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Mi-24 A - attack helicopter Author: Victor Egorov
The first production version of the Mi-24.
During 5 years of production about 200 were built, differed from the prototype by 120 anhedral stub-wings added to improve lateral stability.
Wingtips were used to accommodate four 'Phalanga' (Phalanx) anti-tank missiles, two on each side.
The operation of these helicopters, including combat missions, contributed greatly to their further development, upgrading and reliability improvement.

This fantastic helicopter has been made by Victor Egorov
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1939 Kellett KD-1B Autogyro Author: Richard SantaColoma
This Kellett was owned by Eastern Air Lines, and used for the mail route between the Philadelphia PO and Camden Airport for about 12 months. This was the first regular air mail route by any rotary wing aircraft.

225 H.P. Jacobs L-4MA Radial Engine

Rotor diameter: 40 feet
Length: 25 feet
Take-off weight: 2,245 pounds
Max speed: 125 MPH
Ceiling: 14,000 feet
Range: 200 miles

This beautiful autogyro was created by Richard SantaColoma

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Huges 200 Author: Richard SantaColoma
The 1965 Hughes 200 helicopter, is classic light helicopter by Huges aircraft industry.

Engine: 180 h.p. Lycoming HIO-360-A1A
Length: 21 feet, 10 3/4 inches
Height: 8 feet, 3 inches
Rotor Diam: 25 feet, 3 1/2 inches
Max Take-off weight: 723 kg.
Max speed: 86 m.p.h.
Ceiling: 11,500 feet

This beautiful helicopter was created by Richard SantaColoma

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Robinson R22 Author: Keith L. Quinney

The popular light helicopter!
The ubiquitous R22, production reached 2,000 in 1991, just 12 years after the first deliveries.
Powered by a 130 HP. flat four cylinder lycoming engine it can reach speeds of up to 180Km and has a ceiling of 4,265m.

This beautiful helicopter was created by Keith L. Quinney

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