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MODELO ESCALA 1:48 Italeri UH-1D Iroquois US Army Helicopter

Este nuevo Huey de mayor tamaño fue designado UH-1D, o modelo "Delta", por el Ejército, y Modelo 205 por Bell para uso civil. La cabina alargada puede también acomodar 6 camillas, el doble que los anteriores modelos, haciendo del Huey "Delta" un buen helicóptero MEDEVAC (de evacuación médica). Para proporcionar acceso a la cabina, en lugar de las puertas laterales de corredera con una sola ventana de los primeros modelos, a este modelo se le hicieron puertas de corredera más largas con dos ventanas, y se añadió a la mayoría un par de pequeños "paneles bisagra" (uno a cada lado) con ventana opcional entre las puertas de corredera y la parte delantera de los accesos laterales. Las puertas y los paneles del Huey podían ser rápidamente extraídos para volar con los accesos laterales totalmente abiertos. This robust helicopter was first intoduced during the mid-fifties and may be the most well known rotor-blade aircraft world-wide. Reliability is its greatest feature. It was designed for the U.S. Army during the Vietnam war. Thousands of UH-ls are in service as transport, ambulance and attack aircraft. Licensed production in Italy, Germany and Japan make it part of the armed and police forces of more than fifty nations. Presently twin-engined versions (Italeri kit no. 847) are being produced. This helicopter may well serve for the next twenty years or more.

MODELO ESCALA 1:48 Hobby Boss UH-1C Huey Helicopter (uh-1m)

El UH-1C, o modelo "Charlie", fue preparado principalmente como versión artillada del Huey hasta que el verdadero helicóptero de ataque, en ese momento todavía en desarrollo, el Bell AH-1G Huey Cobra, estuviera disponible, y también para corregir las deficiencias el UH-1B cuando era usado en misiones de ataque. El UH-1C en servicio con el Ejército de Estados Unidos fue ampliamente conocido como "Huey Hog" (que significa "Huey Cerdo").El UH-1M fue una conversión del UH-1C al cambiarle el motor Lycoming T53-L-9 o L-11 de 1.100 HP por el motor Lycoming T53-L-13 de 1.400 HP de potencia que es el mismo  usado en el UH-1H.

MODELO ESCALA 1:48 Italeri H-21C Shawnee "Flying Banana"

The H-21 Shawnee helicopter is best known for its nickname "the flying banana", which derives from the peculiar upward angle of the aft fuselage. The fuselage, uniquely designed in this novel way, was developed to accommodate the two powerful tandem rotors and the oversized propellers. As a result of the two rotors and the strong aerodynamic structure, the H-21 became an effective and reliable “workhorse”, able to successfully perform the most demanding transport tasks in a multitude of environments. Widely used by the U.S. Army since the early ‘50s, it was also deployed during the Vietnam war to transport troops and tactical supplies from 1961 onwards. The helicopter proved to be robust and reliable, even during ground support missions where the ‘Gunship’ version was armed with cannons under the nose or through the side doors. It was also used by French troops in Algeria, with an MG 151 cannon fitted on the right door and a .30 calibre weapon on the left.

MODELO ESCALA 1:48 Italeri AB 205 Arma Dei Carabinieri UH-1H

The AB 205 helicopter is the version of the famous UH-1 �??Huey�?�, widely used by the American Army in the Vietnam war, produced under license in Italy for the Italian armed forces and police, as well as for export to some European countries and the Middle East. This aircraft was designed in the 60s, has proved to be very sturdy and reliable, and has been used in a wide variety of roles: transport, assault and rescue. The versions used by the police are equipped with medical appliances, a winch, speakers for public order work, plus survey and rescue accessories for natural disasters and accidents.

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MODELO ESCALA 1:48 Italeri UH-60 / MH-60 Black Hawk Night Raid

The Black Hawk is the Army’s front-line utility helicopter used for air assault, air cavalry and aeromedicals evacuation units. It is designed to carry 11 combat-loaded air assault troops and it is capable of moving a 105 mm. Howitzer and 30 rounds of ammunition. First deployed in 1978, the Black Hawk’s 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 aeromedicals evacuations, including Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan and Operation Iraqi Freedom in Iraq. In addition, modified Black Hawks operate as special operations platforms.

MODELO ESCALA 1/72 UH-1H Iroquois (U.S. Army/J.G.S.D.F. Utility Helicopter)

The UH-1H Iroquois is a mid-sized utility helicopter widely used throughout many nations of the western world. There are several variations of this gas turbine-powered helicopter developed for utilization in numerous roles.   The version with the greatest production volume is the H series. This aircraft features a lengthened fuselage for carrying larger amounts of troops or freight as well as a more powerful engine.