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Chinook troop despatch and extraction in water

Chinook troop despatch and extraction in water

US Navy SEALs in training. The Chinook lowers its tail into the water allowing some of the cargo compartment to flood. Launching or retrieving a rubber boat is then quite straightforward.

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Guest: (2455 days ago)
US Navy SEAL's ?!?! I think you mean BRITISH Royal Marines Commandos. British Helicopter.............?
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US Navy SEAL's ?!?! I think you mean BRITISH Royal Marines Commandos. British Helicopter.............?
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BoreMeEditor BoreMeEditor (2454 days ago)
Latest comment: Thanks for your correction. But I shouldn't change the description because your comment would then make no sense.
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Latest comment: Thanks for your correction. But I shouldn't change the description because your comment would then make no sense.
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Trolltrawler Trolltrawler (2455 days ago)
How can you tell that is a British helicopter?
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How can you tell that is a British helicopter?
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The roundel to the left of the side door is a (matted) dark blue outer ring with a red inner ring. That is the British combat marker (the non-combat zone aircraft carry a glossy blue outer, white middle and red inner ring.
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The roundel to the left of the side door is a (matted) dark blue outer ring with a red inner ring. That is the British combat marker (the non-combat zone aircraft carry a glossy blue outer, white middle and red inner ring.
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Trolltrawler Trolltrawler (2454 days ago)
Now you've pointed it out I agree.
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Now you've pointed it out I agree.
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Guest: Idd (2456 days ago)
Had a go in salt water and that was the last time they tried that. Complicated bits of kit the Chins. Not salt water robust.
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Had a go in salt water and that was the last time they tried that. Complicated bits of kit the Chins. Not salt water robust.
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Guest: InIt (2456 days ago)
Yeah, shame that won't be dispatched to like, flooded regions and shit!
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Yeah, shame that won't be dispatched to like, flooded regions and shit!
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