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Delivery of First CH-47A to US Army, 1962
Boeing Vertol YCH-1B Taxi Tests, 1961
Boeing Vertol YCH-1B Chinook Towing Tests, 1961
Boeing Vertol YHC-1B Flight Demonstration, 1961
Piasecki H-21 Flight Testing
Douglas DC-8-61 First Flight, March 14, 1966
Boeing Vertol Model 107-II in Action, 1960s
Boeing-Vertol Factory, 1965
McDonnell Douglas YC-15 Flight Demonstration
Boeing YC-14 B-roll
Vertol VZ-2 (Model 76) Tilt Wing in Flight Test
PV-3/HRP-1 "Rescuer" Squadron Scramble from Air Station
F-15 Streak Eagle Time To Climb Flights
Boeing Vertol CH-47A Chinook in Action, 1960s
McDonnell Douglas DC-10 B-Roll
McDonnell Aircraft XV-1 Convertiplane
McDonnell Douglas YAV-8B Harrier Prototype Test Footage
Hughes XV-9A "Hot Cycle"
Boeing YQM-94A "Compass Cope"
Hughes XH-17 "Flying Crane"
Boeing Vertol YUH-61 UTTAS Delivery Ceremony 1976
The Boeing-Vertol 179/237/YUH-61A was a competitor in the 1970s UTTAS program to choose a utility helicopter for the US Army. It was Boeing's first design with a single main rotor. The first protoype was flown on November 29, 1974. Three aircraft were delivered to the US Army for evaluation in 1976.
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Ridley Park Facility
YUH-61 (Model 179)