Agusta-Bell AB.212

Agusta-Bell AB.212

CountryUSA Italy
RoleMulti-purpose helicopter
First flight1971

The Agusta-Bell AB.212 is a multi-purpose helicopter built in Italy by Agusta from a licence to build the American Bell 212 helicopter.

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The Agusta-Bell AB.212 is a versatile helicopter that was built in Italy by Agusta under a license from the American manufacturer Bell Helicopter. It is based on the Bell 212, a twin-engine version of the famous Huey helicopter. The Agusta-Bell AB.212 has been used for various civil and military roles, such as transport, rescue, police, and offshore operations. However, the most distinctive variant of the AB.212 is the AB.212ASW, which stands for Anti-Submarine Warfare.
This version was developed by Agusta to provide a platform for naval missions, such as anti-ship and anti-submarine warfare, mine dispersal, and radar warning. The AB.212ASW has a sophisticated avionics and weapons system, including a radar, a FLIR, a sonar, a magnetometer, and GPS. It can also carry missiles, torpedoes, rockets, and machine guns. The AB.212ASW first flew in 1971 and entered service with the Italian Navy in 1973. Since then, it has been exported to several countries, such as Peru, Spain, Turkey, and Pakistan.

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