D-02 Westland Super Lynx HMA.8 1:72
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The Westland Lynx is a British multi-purpose twin-engined military helicopter designed and built by Westland Helicopters at its factory in Yeovil. Originally intended as a utility craft for both civil and naval usage, military interest led to the development of both battlefield and naval variants. The Lynx went into operational usage in 1977 and was later adopted by the armed forces of over a dozen nations, primarily serving in the battlefield utility, anti-armour, search and rescue and anti-submarine warfare roles.The initial design, then known as the Westland WG.13, was started in the mid-1960s as a replacement for the Westland Scout and Wasp, and a more advanced alternative to the UH-1 Iroquois. The design was to be powered by a pair of Bristol Siddeley BS.360 turboshaft engines. As part of the Anglo-French helicopter agreement signed in February 1967, French company Sud Aviation (later Aérospatiale) had a 30 per cent share of production work, Westland performing the remainder.It was intended that France would procure the Lynx for its Navy and a heavily modified armed reconnaissance variant for the French Army with the United Kingdom in return buying Aérospatiale Gazelle and Puma for its armed forces. In October 1969, the French Army cancelled its requirement for the Lynx, so development of the armed variant was terminated at an early stage.
- Model of the helicopter
- Assembly instructions
- Decal - version Lynx AH Mk.1, s / n XZ648, 'Silver Eagle; display team Army Air Cors, August 1982
- Adhesive for plastic models with a brush
- Lynx AH Mk.1, s / n XZ175, Army Air Corps, ACC Middle Wallop, May 1978
- Lynx AH Mk.1, No1 Wing British Army s / n XZ669, RhineS. B. Germany ca. 1984
- Skill Level
- 3 (average)
- from '90
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