Bell 207

  Base model:207
  Basic role:Helicopter

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Examples of this type may be found at
United States Army Aviation MuseumOzarkAlabama


Recent comments by our visitors
 , AL
The Bell Jetranger is a model 206 not a 207.
In addition to only being a proof of concept vehicle the Bell 207 had stub wings that did extra duty for mounting rockets. However, it is unlikely that they were ever fired because the wings were also the fuel tanks!
09/27/2007 @ 12:25 [ref: 18030]
 David Hatcher
 Dothan, AL
The Bell Model 207 was a proof of concept project which was certainly the forerunner of the Huey Cobra. Based on the Model 47J Ranger, it demonstrated tandem crew seating, wing mounted 2.75 FFAR (the rockets in it are "inert") and two M60 machine guns in a nose mounted turrent.

The data plate is intact and indicates this is a Bell Model 207 Serial Number 1. It is the sole example, their were no others made.
12/02/2006 @ 18:09 [ref: 14895]
 Cody youngblood
 goshen ca, CA
Does the Bell go to Iraq or is it in the usaf today.
09/23/2006 @ 16:22 [ref: 14269]
 , VA
I flew in a Bell 207 LongRanger on June 11, 2004. The model year of the helicopter was a 1976. Fun half hour flight...
08/25/2004 @ 17:35 [ref: 8148]


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