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"keeping Military Aviation History Alive" Fully restored AH-1 Attack Helicopter www,cactusairforce.com

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LT4247
Double mini guns?
Bill Bailey
It was one of several armament options.
Marty Nemes
A Bell AH-1 Cobra perhaps; I didn't think Cessna made rotary wing aircraft.
jim gevay
Cessna did in fact make some helicopters in the mid-fiftys called the CH-1 Skyhook.
Obviously this is a Bell AH-1 Cobra.
Jim Landon
Bell's Huey Cobra AH-1G. I did a bit of electrical engineering on that chin turret in 1967. Could have twin mini's or twin 40mm grenade launchers or one of each.
Dave Blevins
Looks clean. Unlike the last ones I saw.
I'm happy to see folks restore old things.

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