Only cinema4d R10 has materials and textures. Other formats zip files have enclosed some texture. But it could need some texture reassigning. Doors can not be opened. Polygons 12702 Vertices 13493 The NHI NH90 is a medium sized, twin-engine, multi-role military, fly-by-wire helicopter manufactured by 3 european industries. The NH90, which can be flown by a single pilot, is designed to operate by night and day and in poor weather. It has been ordered by several nations and entered service from 2007. versions: NFH: NATO Frigate Helicopter The primary role of the NFH version is autonomous anti-submarine warfare ASW and anti-surface unit warfare ASuW, mainly from naval ships. These aircraft are equipped for day and night, adverse weather and severe ship motion operations. Additional roles include anti-air warfare support, vertical replenishment VERTREP, search & rescue SAR and troop transport. TTH: Tactical Transport Helicopter The primary role of the TTH version is the transport of 20 troops or more than 2,500 kg of cargo, heliborne operations and search & rescue. It can quickly be adapted to MEDEVAC/CASEVAC missions by fitting up to 12 stretchers or cargo delivery capability Additional roles include medical evacuation 12 stretchers, special operations, electronic warfare, airborne command post, parachuting, VIP transport and flight training. The abbreviation TTT Tactical Troop Transport is used for Finnish and Swedish TTHs in some contexts. The unit prices were estimated in 2001 as ranging from 19 million Euros for the tactical transport helicopter TTH to 30 million Euros for the NATO frigate helicopter NFH. Italy signed a Euro 3.2 billions contract from 2000 to 2018 for their order of 1161 in option NH90sNFH: NATO Frigate Helicopter
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