Green Giant H-3 Helicopter Parts

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Part Number
NSN
NIIN
1490047-1 Gear And Shaft Asse
008871688
15-0007-101 Aircraft Cockpit Light
004019872
1530879-1 Adapter Assembly
009910806
156-20 Nonmetallic Hose
005806944
159-1026 Control Motor
005787301
1604-140A Dust And Moistur Protective Plug
005508010
1620-UH60-001 Landing Ge Wear Pad
011122967
163-30000 Compass Compensation Equipment
005917147
163W0-2DCMA IAW 476-0257 Arbitrary Scale Meter
000257110
1680EG033 Shoulder Aircraft Safety Harness
001690656
16DU10 Sleeve Bearing
009009364
17-5901-02 Control Motor
005787301
173-824 Motor-tachometer Generator
009823505
173824 Motor-tachometer Generator
009823505
18276-250 Grooved Clamp Coupling
005305593
1891-1 Connector Adapter
005390203
190665 Loop Hook Fastener
005670258
1910-2-203 Arbitrary Scale Meter
000257110
192779 Loop Hook Fastener
005670258
1N3831 Thyristor Semiconductor Device
008835276
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The Sikorsky S-61R is a twin-engine helicopter used in transport or search and rescue roles. A developed version of the S-61/SH-3 Sea King, the S-61R was also built under license by Agusta as the AS-61R. The S-61R served in the United States Air Force as the CH-3C/E Sea King and the HH-3E Jolly Green Giant, and with the United States Coast Guard as the HH-3F "Pelican".

The Sikorsky S-61R was developed as a derivative of their S-61/SH-3 Sea King model. It features a substantially revised fuselage with a rear loading ramp, a conventional though watertight hull instead of the S-61's boat-hull, and retractable tricycle landing gear. The fuselage layout was used by Sikorsky for the larger CH-53 variants, and by the much later (though similarly-sized) S-92.

Sikorsky designed and built an S-61R prototype as a private venture with its first flight in 1963. During its development, the US Air Force placed an order for the aircraft, which was designated CH-3C. The Air Force used the CH-3C to recover downed pilots. The CH-3E variant with more powerful engines would follow in 1965.

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