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Bell 412 (C-GBND)

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SP Wildfire 007 working in BC

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Karter Hickling
This is a bell 412
Karter Hickling
Actually I believe the front is a bell 212
it looks to only have two blades
The rear helicopter is a 412 though
Betsy McGrath
What an amazing photo! It makes you realize the extraordinary qualities of these machines and the heroes who navigate all kinds of emergencies with them. I was once sailing in the Tasmanian Sea (very rough) when someone had to be airlifted from my small ship to NZ for a medical emergency. The pilot made four passes and, in each case, the person at the end of the tether was unable to pick up this poor soul who was strapped to a litter. On the fifth try, he secured the litter and, with Thumbs UP, flew away. Remembering the episode still brings tears to my eyes.
Robert StevensPhoto Uploader
The SP refers to the 412SP
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