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AH-1H COBRA

 

 

TYPE:

Helicopter

DESCRIPTION:

AH-1H Cobra

PRICE:

Upon Request

PACKING:

Ex Depot

 

 


AH-1H cobra

 

Subject unsold or market withdrawal

 

 

we can supply immediately a manned or non manned air commando squadron of  AH-1H COBRA combat helicopters ( lighter than the armored MI-28)  for escort and light CAS

Total 12 units with capabilities to train local pilots to ops conversion in flash, along with about 50 x TOW Missiles and 15000 x 20mm shells ; eventually Hydra Rockets TBA . Unmanned delivered.

Package : 12 x AH-1H COBRA + GSE support + 50 TOW + 15000 x 20mm shells : Subject to US DOS re-exportclearance

 

- Manned option ; 24 pilots including 08 instructors and 32 techs ( South Korean, US)

 

Specifications

Contractor: Bell Helicopter TEXTRON, Inc. (Prime), General Electric, Kollsman Inc.
Power Plant: Two General Electric T700-GE-401 Turboshaft engines
Each engine delivers 1,690 horsepower.
Accommodations: Two seats, in tandem (pilot in rear, copilot/gunner in front)
Performance: Climb rate: 1,925 feet per minute
Maximum altitude: 14,750 feet
Maximum attainable speed: 170 knots (195 mph)
Maximum cruising speed: 152 knots (173 mph)
Countermeasures: AN/ALE-39 Chaffsystem and SUU-4/1 Flare dispensers
Armament: One M197 three barrel 20 mm gun (mounted under the nose with 750 round ammo container)
Underwing attachments for four TOW missiles, eight Hellfire missiles, or one AIM-9L Sidewinder missile
Can also be equipped with Zunirocket launchers

 

External Dimensions

Main rotor diameter 14.63 m
Main rotor blade chord 00.84 m
Tail rotor diameter 02.97 m
Tail rotor blade chord 00.305 m
Distance between rotor centers 08.89 m
Wing span 03.28 m
Wing aspect ratio 03.74
Length: overall, rotors turning 17.68 m
Length: fuselage 13.87 m
Width overall 03.28 m
Height (to top of rotor head) 04.11 m
Overall height 04.44 m
Ground clearance, main rotor, turning 02.74 m
Elevator span 02.11 m
 

Areas

Main rotor blades (each) 006.13 m2
Tail rotor blades (each) 000.45 m2
Main rotor disc 168.11 m2
Tail rotor disc 006.94 m2
Vertical fin 002.01 m2
Horizontal tail surfaces 001.41 m215/1/2015 AH-1W Super Cobra - MilitaryAircraft
http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/ac/ah-1.htm 4/5
Width over skids 02.24 m

 

Weights and Loadings

Weight empty 004.634 kg
Mission fuel load (usable) 946 kg
Maximum useful load (fuel and disposable ordinance) 002.065 kg
Maximum Takeoff and landing weight 006.690 kg
Maximum disc loading 039.80 kg/m2
Maximum power loading 004.42 kg/kW


Performance (At Maximum T-O weight, ISA)

Never exceed speed (Vne) 190 knots
Maximum level speed at S/L 152 knots
Rate of climb at S/L, OEI 244 m/minute
Service ceiling More than 4,720 m
Service ceiling, OEI More than 3,660 m
Hovering ceiling IGE 4, 495 m OGE 915 m
Range at S/L with standard fuel, no reserves 317 nm

 

Specification and photos are not contractual and are subject to verification upon inspection

 

 

 

NB: Aircraft offered for sale subject to contract, prior sale, withdrawal from the market and information regarding any aircraft or helicopter and provided verbally or in written documentation and/or contained within this email or associated paper-work should be taken as a guide only in determining the suitability, including that aircraft or helicopters specification and/or performance.  We highly recommend that any buyer or lessee perform their own inspections and due diligence to verify any and all technical, performance and specification information contained therein including OEM claims.

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