The Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw designed by Edward F. Katzenberger and manufactured by Sikorsky is an American utility helicopter. The Sikorsky H-19 Chickasaw holds the distinction of being the US Army's first true transport helicopter and played an important role in the initial formulation of Army doctrine regarding air mobility and the battlefield employment of troop-carrying helicopters.
UH-1Y_HMLAT-303_OFFICIAL PRINT Manufacturer: Bell Model: UH-1Y Venom Serial s/n: 167796 Tail Code: QT / 510 UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS MARINE LIGHT ATTACK HELICOPTER TRAINING SQUADRON 303 (HMLA/T-303) "ATLAS" MARINE CORPS AIR STATION CAMP PENDLETON
The Kamov Ka-50 "Black Shark" (NATO reporting name: Hokum A) is a single-seat Russian attack helicopter with the distinctive coaxial rotor system of the Kamov design bureau. It was designed in the 1980s and adopted for service in the Russian army in 1995. It is currently manufactured by the Progress company in Arsenyev. It is being used as a heavily armed scout helicopter.
The Bell OH-58 Kiowa is a family of single-engine, single-rotor, military helicopters used for observation, utility, and direct fire support. Bell Helicopter manufactured the OH-58 for the United States Army based on its Model 206A JetRanger helicopter. The OH-58 has been in continuous use by the U.S. Army since 1969.
The Westland Lynx manufactured by Westland Helicopters (now AgustaWestland) is a British multi-purpose military helicopter. The Westland Lynx is capable of performing loops and rolls and can attain high speeds. In 1972 Westland's chief test pilot Roy Moxam demonstrated the Lynx capabilities by breaking a world record over15/25km flying at 321.74km/h and setting a new 100km closed circuit record shortly afterwards by flying at 318.504km/h.
Airwolf, a modified Bell 222 Role Disguised military helicopter Manufacturer “The Firm” Designer Doctor Charles Henry Moffet First flight 1983 Primary user Stringfellow Hawke Number built 1 Unit cost ~US$ one billion (1984 price) Developed from Bell 222