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helicopter - Wiktionary.
helicopter third-person singular simple present helicopters, present participle helicoptering, simple past and past participle helicoptered. transitive To transport by helicopter. intransitive To travel by helicopter. To rotate like a helicopter blade. helicoptering his jacket, helicoptering his arms. To overprotect one's' children, as a helicopter parent does.
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The popular piston helicopters on the new and pre-owned market carry between two and four people including pilot, and have a range between 160 and 300 nautical miles per Conklin de Decker. Latest Helicopter Comparison Articles. Latest Helicopter Ownership Articles.
Sikorsky's' S-97 Raider Could Be A Revolutionary Light Helicopter.
It appears a solution to the Army's' needs already exists in the form of the Sikorsky S-97 Raider, a highly maneuverable light helicopter begun in 2010 in response to a solicitation for next-gen scout helicopters that was later canceled due to scarce funding.
Helicopter - Wikipedia.
In a moving helicopter, however, the speed of the blades relative to the air depends on the speed of the helicopter as well as on their rotational speed. The airspeed of the advancing rotor blade is much higher than that of the helicopter itself.

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