The world's First High scale appearance and Innovative transverse arrayRC Helicopter ! Therotors can tilt synchronously and differentially. It is made up by engineering plastic, which is verystrong and crash resistance. 2.4GHz Wireless remote control, no crystal, no frequencyinterference, short antenna length and low power consumption. New creative design and Hightscale apperance. It is configured with two gyros, which make its flight much stable, precision,safety and operate easily. The V-22 Osprey is a multi-mission, military, tiltrotor aircraft with botha vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) and short takeoff and landing (STOL) capability. It isdesigned to perform missions like a conventional helicopter with the long-range, high-speed cruise performance of a turboprop aircraft. The Art-Tech V-22 was developed and is manufactured by BellHelicopter, in partnership with Boeing Rotorcraft Systems.
The initial operators are the UnitedStates Marine Corps and Air Force.Range, speed and flexibility. Hard rules once defined by the limitations of previous medium-lifthelicopters. The V-22 is the world's first production tilt-rotor combines the vertical performanceof a helicopter with the high speed and range of a fixed wing aircraft which offers twice the speed,three times the payload, five times the range, and can fly more than twice as high as older rotor craft it is destined to replace. The Osprey is about to revolutionize military air transport in a waythat has not been seen since the introduction of helicopters more than 50 years ago.
The Osprey isa tilt rotor vertical/short take off and landing (VSTOL) multi-mission aircraft with capabilities likeno other. Combining the vertical flight capabilities of a helicopter with the speed and range of aturbo prop airplane it permits air to aerial refueling and worldwide self deployment.The Osprey has been designed in three versions to better suit specific military operations. TheMarine Corps MV-22 has been optimized to transport 24 combat troops or 10,000 pounds of external cargo and is able to easily access landing sites from aviation capable amphibious shipsand expeditionary forward operating bases on shore.
The Air Force CV-22 is configured withunique avionics suited to carry out Special Operations missions whilst the Navy's HV-22 will beused for combat Search and Rescue and logistic support. The V-22is produced under a strategicalliance between Bell Helicopter and The Boeing Company. Boeing is responsible for the fuselageand all subsystems, digital avionics, and fly-by-wire flight-control systems and partners BellHelicopter Textron Inc, is responsible for the wing, transmissions, empennage, rotor systems andengine installation.
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