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German PA H1 / BO105

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The intellectual property depicted in this model is not affiliated with or endorsed by the original rights holders and must be used under editorial use restrictions.
Included Formats
Maya 7.0 Default Scanline
Softimage 3.5 Default Scanline
3ds Max 7.0 Default Scanline
Lightwave 6.5 Default Scanline
Other
OBJ N/A
3DS N/A
3D Model Specifications
Product ID:463685
Published:
Geometry:Polygonal Quads/Tris
Polygons:12,802
Vertices:12,271
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Yes, non-overlapping
Artist
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Sagath
Jul 9, 2009
akpode
Jul 19, 2009
kajuh
Jul 26, 2009
markgrob
Aug 21, 2009
ICanHasCheeseburger
Aug 27, 2009
azrael_2
Sep 17, 2009
vlnjacki
Oct 16, 2009
hello!
wow my lovely german helicopter
Bo105 PA H1.
can i make and bring the model in C&C Generals ZH.where great when you give permission.

greatings,vlnjacki

siion
Dec 2, 2009
Great!!
rmilushev
Dec 30, 2009
SkyHacker
Jan 22, 2010
elephantbook
Mar 11, 2011
ajithkumar03
Mar 31, 2010
fantastic job man
Ilegal_immigrant
Apr 4, 2010
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Mar 29, 2010
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Sep 19, 2010
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Apr 19, 2010
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Apr 25, 2010
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Oct 16, 2011
Description
Description

This is a detailed, light poly count model of the German PA H1 / BO105 Helicopter.

Textures

Color maps are provided with the model.

History

The Bo 105A made its maiden flight on the 16th February 1967 at Ottobrunn in Germany with Messerschmitt-Blkow-Blohm's test pilot, Wilfried von Engelhardt, at the controls. The German Civil Aviation Authority certified the helicopter on 13th October 1970 and production for German civil and law enforcement organizations began shortly afterwards. Further safety certification by the FAA was granted in April 1972 with United States export orders following.

The Bo 105C was developed in 1972 and the German Ministry of Defence selected this model for its light observation helicopter program, purchasing 100 helicopters in 1977. A specialist anti-tank version armed with Euromissile HOT missiles and designated as the Bo 105PA H1 was procured by the German Army around the same time, with a total of 212 eventually being delivered.

In 1976, the Bo 105CB was developed with more powerful Allison 250-C20B engines. This was further developed as the Bo 105CBS with the enlargement of the fuselage by 10 inches to meet American market demands for emergency medical service operations, with this version becoming known as the Bo 105 Twin Jet in the United States.

In 1984, the Bo 105LS was developed with the enlarged fuselage of the Bo 105CBS combined with more powerful Allison 250-C28C engines to increase the maximum take-off weight.

Production ended in 2001, due to the Bo 105 being superseded by the more modern Eurocopter EC 135, after 1,406 machines had been built.

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