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Bell 47 Helicopters. Start up, take off, landings, flying Police.

They were used in the Korean war to transport wounded to M.A.S.H. units
Once you've seen one, you've really seen them all.
All the Bell 47's sound exactly the same, I wonder if anyone has an improved muffler for the engine these days to quiet them down a bit.
If I win the Lottery I'm buying a Bell 47, complete rebuild with modern avionics.
1976 I passed check ride for FAA commercial Rotary by this helicopter at Fort Worth TX, even I never fly this OH23, most of the time I flew UH1H for 3000 hours  and 30 hours TH55 . It is different but lovely helicopter, Memory never die and I bet a lot of Pilots in Vietnam War never forget this Helicopter.
Beautiful! 1956
You can watch the original 'Whirlybirds' TV programmes made by Desilou productions here on Youtube,the red helicopter in this video is a Brantly B2.
N555EN, B47-D1, got my license in that one back in 2007.  Nice to see she's still flying.
because of the way of the cameras and videos the rear prop and sometimes the main rotor will always be distorted because of the frames per second on the videos
أنه طائر جميل من أين تصناع أسفرت من الحديد آمن الفيبر ومطريقة صناع اشفرت .
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Mon premier baptême en hélicoptère! Fut le Bell 47 G et si j' en avait vraiment les moyens, c' est bien celui-ci que je prendrait!!!
I have been in love with "copters" since I was a answer me this. I see the blue 47 without any tail rotor .why is the chopper not trying to torque itself into a spin...???
sir please give my full helicopter details size
very nice
Great Filming!!!!!! Bell 47's Forever!!!!!
can the one built and design one like this
wow, those 47's gets tears to my eyes - or maybe from my eyes.

they are iconic.

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