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Boeing flies production AH-6i Little Bird

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 2, 2014
The AH-6i Little Bird is based on the US Army's OH-6M Cayuse. (Boeing)
The AH-6i Little Bird is based on the US Army’s OH-6M Cayuse. (Boeing)

Boeing has announced the first flight of a production configured AH-6i Little Bird light attack/reconnaissance helicopter.

Based on the in-service OH-6A Cayuse which the US Army uses in the Special Operations support role, the AH-6i is designed for close air support and light attack, and features capabilities leveraged from the Apache attack helicopter.

Saudi Arabia is believed to be launch customer for the AH-6i.

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  • Paul Douglas

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    Go the Super Loach..

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Boeing flies production AH-6i Little Bird

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 2, 2014
The AH-6i Little Bird is based on the US Army's OH-6M Cayuse. (Boeing)
The AH-6i Little Bird is based on the US Army’s OH-6M Cayuse. (Boeing)

Boeing has announced the first flight of a production configured AH-6i Little Bird light attack/reconnaissance helicopter.

Based on the in-service OH-6A Cayuse which the US Army uses in the Special Operations support role, the AH-6i is designed for close air support and light attack, and features capabilities leveraged from the Apache attack helicopter.

Saudi Arabia is believed to be launch customer for the AH-6i.

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Boeing flies production AH-6i Little Bird Comment

  • Paul Douglas

    says:

    Go the Super Loach..

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