Green Giant H-3 Helicopter Parts

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Part Number
NSN
NIIN
306-J3-M Electrical Bell
005003150
306J3 Electrical Bell
005003150
306J3M24DC Electrical Bell
005003150
307-801 (JAPAN) Incandescent Lamp
001557788
307NR Incandescent Lamp
001557788
307R Incandescent Lamp
001557788
32145D O-ring
001031506
34479 Tapered Roller Bearing Cup
001518431
36720 Branche Electrical Cord Assembly
008163657
369D02 Pitot-static Tube
005267852
37899-100 Solenoid Valve
000782763
391043 Liquid Quantity Transmitter
007055127
391043-01091 Liquid Quantity Transmitter
007055127
391043-01091MM Liquid Quantity Transmitter
007055127
40-702-13 Connector Adapter
005390203
4002-18W Turnlock Fastener Stud Assembly
001413290
41384247 Metallic Tube
002787954
42FLW-428 Extended Washer Self-locking Nut
006129003
42FLW428 Extended Washer Self-locking Nut
006129003
430635 Electrical Bell
005003150
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Helicopter, Green Giant H-3

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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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