It's not only River B2. All RN asset lacks UAVs. But, in other words, once a UAV type is selected, many of the RN assets, including River B2 will carry it.Tempest414 wrote:great pic's above of the containers fitted shame she is not carrying a UAV to help give eyes on over the Horizon for anti drug or recon op's
Thanks, I knew it. My point was the "folded rotor" coming soon. If similar technology adapted for EC135T2 as well, it will be a better candidate for light utility. Simply because it is small, but can fly with a few men onboard.SKB wrote:EC145 is already used for services helicopter training, where its known as the H-145 Jupiter. Similarly, they also operate EC135 as H-135 Juno.
Thanks. Hmm, actually, not that impressive, partly because it is of 2014 movie? (Here is 2019 version on Finnish Coast Guard cutter: "https://youtu.be/IN_Nfn8JBIc")Tempest414 wrote:this is a camcopter operating from a B2 skip to 2,18 gives some idea of the type use it can bring
donald_of_tokyo wrote:Just a fantasy, I agree, but how about adding the hangar on hull 4 and 5 of River B2?
Tempest414 wrote:this is a camcopter operating from a B2 skip to 2,18 gives some idea of the type use it can bring
If it is for Bell 407/MQ-8C or EC135T2 (if with folded rotors), the River B2's waist just fits the footprint needed. The size will be typically 12x4x4 m3. (If EC145T2 with folded rotors, it will be at the limit.)shark bait wrote:A light helo and hanger should have been there at the beginning, that would have been a real step up over its predecessor. Is there an 'easy' way to retrofit it?donald_of_tokyo wrote:Just a fantasy, I agree, but how about adding the hangar on hull 4 and 5 of River B2?
donald_of_tokyo wrote:How about EC145 T2, upgraded with "five bladed" rotor?
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