The Brantley YOH-3B was evaluated by the US Army in early 1960 as a potential Army Scout/Observation Helicopter at the US Army Test and Evaluation Board located at Fort Rucker, Al.  The aircraft provided excellent visibility for crew members with its unusual upper blisters and large glass nose.  At the time the Army was moving to turbine engine technologies so the Brantley was not selected.  The aircraft remained with the Test and Evaluation board and provided valuable research and testing data.
Photo taken at Fort Rucker Army Aviation Museum, by Gene Munson

Brantley YOH-3B Main Rotor

67 views
0

The Brantley YOH-3B was evaluated by the US Army in early 1960 as a potential Army Scout/Observation Helicopter at the US Army Test and Evaluation Board located at Fort Rucker, Al. The aircraft provided excellent visibility for crew members with its unusual upper blisters and large glass nose. At the time the Army was moving to turbine engine technologies so the Brantley was not selected. The aircraft remained with the Test and Evaluation board and provided valuable research and testing data.
Photo taken at Fort Rucker Army Aviation Museum, by Gene Munson

 

Added to Brantley YOH-3B and categorized in 4 months ago

 

License: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike

 

Canon Canon EOS Rebel T6i 1/60s ƒ/6.3 ISO1250 55mm — More Exif data

  • Manufacturer Canon
  • Model Canon EOS Rebel T6i
  • Exposure Time 1/60s
  • Aperture ƒ/6.3
  • ISO 1250
  • Focal Length 55mm
  • Resolution Unit inches
  • Orientation Horizontal (normal)
  • Exposure Program Program AE
  • Metering Mode Multi-segment
  • Flash On, Fired

In this album