UH-1 Huey Medivac Helicopter"
The Huey saw combat in Vietnam in 1962, first as a troop transport and medevac helicopter and later as an armed assault helicopter used to protect troop transports. The Army was just beginning to develop its ""air mobility"" concept."
Aerospatiale AS-350, Broward County Sherriff"
The AS-350 was developed by French Aerospatiale in the early 1970s with an Avco Lycoming powered prototype first flying on June 27, 1974 and this was followed by a Turbomeca Arriel powered version on February 14, 1975."
The combat proven AH-64D Apache Longbow is the newest version of the AH-64A Apache that fulfills the attack helicopter and reconnaissance requirements of numerous armed forces worldwide. Apache Longbow is in production at The Boeing Company in Mesa, Ariz."
Bell Jet Ranger"
The Bell 206 Jet Ranger is popular with corporations and police forces. Military variants range from the five seat trainer and passenger models of the H-57 Sea Ranger, to the H-58 Kiowa, armed with missiles."
MH-53J , Navy"
MH-53J's were used in a variety of missions during Desert Storm. Pave Lows were among the first aircraft into Iraq when they led Army AH-64 Apaches to destroy Iraqi early warning radars and opened a hole in enemy air defenses for the opening air armada."
The Robinson R22 has undisputedly been the world's most popular light helicopter since its introduction in the late 1970s."
The UH-1 Huey became the classic helicopter and one of the most familiar sights of the Vietnam War. From gunship to transport, from ambulance to search and rescue, this helicopter was invaluable on many other missions."
UH-34D Sea Horse, USMC Helicopter"
First Marine medium transport helo used in Vietnam from 1962 until 1969. Powered with a single reciprocating engine."
The twin-engine CH-53 Jolly Green helicopter is capable of lifting 7 tons (6.35 metric tons.) The helicopter carries 37 passengers in its normal configuration and 55 passengers with centerline seats installed."