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|These are two Sea King Rescue helicopters at HMS Gannet. They conduct search and rescue operations throughout the northern UK.||12/10/2005||693|
|CB1 is berthed at East Sea Rescue Berth whereas CB2 is berthed at West Sea Rescue Berth to provide rescue service to the Hong Kong International Airport.|
These very expensive (approximately US$5.8 million) vessels are a new addition to the airport's search and rescue capabilities. It boasts a maximum speed of over 29 knots and rescue capacity for 600 persons. The Command Boat is ...
|Skytech Helicopters, is a Belgian helicopter company operating heavy lift helicopters in different countries, the company is known for pioneering the commercial operations of the Mil MI 26T in Western Europe from 1992.||12/17/2009||2,911|
|Helicopters stationed next to a runway in Cairo.||02/07/2006||461|
|Found three helicopters near Chiayi.||02/12/2006||306|
|At Spier wine estate, the Cheetah Rescue & Outreach facility is attempting to re-educate farmers and save the species.|
|Eleven helicopters stationed in Darfur, El Fasher Airport.||06/06/2007||759|
|The Type 925 (NATO codename: Dajiang class) is the ocean salvage & rescue ship built in the early 1970s to support Chinaís first full-range intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) test. Under the Project 718 shipbuilding programme, Shanghai-based Jiangnan Shipyard was requested to build three different types of ships, including two Yuanwang class missile/spacecraft tracking ships, a Type 643 ...||04/18/2010||329|
|US Helicopters in Bagram, Afghanistan. |
10,000 foot runway. Check out the large transport plane and more interestingly all the wrecked aircraft to the right of the southern tip of the runway.
|I went to Maui this past winter break, and while looking over the area we explored, found these two tour helicopters in flight. The view is fantastic!||01/17/2008||553|
|General Characteristics: Awarded: December 18, 1964 |
Keel laid: March 1, 1966
Launched: February 3, 1968
Commissioned: November 16, 1968
Decommissioned: October 1, 1997
Builder: Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, Philadelphia, Penn.
Propulsion system: Two boilers, one geared steam turbines, one shaft, 22,000 total shaft horsepower
|Rescue training involving a car being hit by a train.||12/06/2007||324|