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Sikorsky XH-39 Testing (1954)

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Published on May 5, 2012

National Archives Identifier: 67283 (B&W, Silent)
Series of MS's of XH-39 (Serial No. 92890) hovering and extending, then retracting, landing gear. 507' MS to MCU low angle, XH-39 taking off. 511' Two LS's of XH-39 in flight. 519' MS to MCU pan right with XH-39 approaching ground. 528' MS left RV XH-39 flying about twenty feet off ground. 532' MLS to MS to LS pan left with XH-39 taking off and doing a loop. 546' Series of MLS 's & LS's of XH- 39 maneuvering in flight. 575' LS to MS XH-39 landing. 585' MS XH-39 taxiing and turning right. Good (Basic: Print)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sikorsky...
The Sikorsky XH-39 (manufacturer designation S-59), developed by Sikorsky Aircraft in 1954, was the U.S. Army's first turbine-powered helicopter. It was fast and innovative, but ultimately rejected by the United States Army in favor of the Bell UH-1 Iroquois.

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