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Old 11-01-2012, 03:49 AM   #1
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Default Why is there a fair few of those helicopters with two propellers?

I live in uk north east and there has been a fair few of those helicopters with two propellers... arnt they army ones? whats going on?

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Old 11-01-2012, 09:53 AM   #2
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Default hit the reset button!

First of all, the question, " whats going on" that is pretty vague at best. A bit of spell check is always a good element to include as well in any post. Most important of all, helicopters have rotors, not propellers. How ever the fairey rotadyne from decades ago did have twin pods that had engines and props to help drag it forward, but I am assured that you havent seen one of them flying recently. As to the element of the army, again, that part of your post wasnt really related to any question about wooden propellers either. So I suggest you hit the reset button and post a question that has a bit more focus towards the information that you are seeking.

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