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'Looking into history of VZ962 Dragonfly HR.1'

Old 25th Jul 2013, 09:03
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'Looking into history of VZ962 Dragonfly HR.1'

Would be most grateful for any assistance re the history of this helicopter -units/sqns served - from its entry into service in October 1950 until its move to Britannia Roayal Naval College Dartmouth as an instructional airframe.

The helicopter is now with malta Air Museum for restoration and I am researching its history on their behalf.
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Old 25th Jul 2013, 09:41
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The complete history of this helicopter is recorded in the Air Britain book, 'Fleet Air Arm Helicopters Since 1943' As an added bonus there is even a photograph of it.
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