Permalink: http://www.boeingimages.com/archive/XH-17-Flying-Crane-Helicopter-Transports-a-Truck-2F3XC51HV4.htmlCopyright © Boeing. All Rights Reserved.View Photo/Video onlyConceptually similarCH-47A Chinook Transports Mobile Field HospitalCH-46A Marine Sea KnightCH-46 Marine Sea KnightVertol 107, CH-46 Chinook Prototype, Undergoing Rotor De-Icing TestUH-46D Sea Knight Touching DownBoeing AH-6I on Test FlightUS Marine Corps CH-46D Sea Knight Helicopter in FlightVertol 107 Helicopter at Wall Street HeliportBoeing Vertol 107 in Marine Corps Livery, a CH-46 Sea Knight, first designated as the HRB-1View AllView more with similar tones XH-17 Flying Crane Helicopter Transports a TruckBuy A Print or License This PhotoWhat Type of Order?Usage:The XH-17 "Flying Crane" was the first helicopter project for the Hughes aircraft division that became part of McDonnell Douglas in 1984. The giant helicopter was flight tested in Culver City, Calif. over a three-year period beginning in 1952. The XH-17, which had a two-bladed main rotor system with a diameter of 134 feet, was capable of flying at a gross weight of more than 50,000 pounds. BI21290 (62-1465)Maximum size:5986px × 4798px (~82 MB)19.9in × 15.9in (300dpi)License type:Rights ManagedKeywords:1950s-air to air-blur-cargo handling-clear skies-day-exteriors-flying-full body views-helicopters-historic production status-innovation-left side views-lifting-military-military livery-photos-power-propulsion systems-research/experimental-rotorcraft-rotorcraft blades-sunshine-transports-trucks-unpainted-vintage / retro-XH-17 Flying CraneRelated Photo/Videos:View AllRelated Virtual folders:XH-17 Flying CraneXH-17 "Flying Crane"