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Bell 360 Invictus

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Rotorcraft in development for U.S. Army's FARA competition. With lift sharing wings and single engine with four blades based on the 525 Relentless rotor system.

Lift typeRotary wingSearch for other aircraft programs with these properties on the Aircraft Programs directory page.
Construction typeFactory-built
Control typePiloted
Engine typeTurboshaft
ApplicationAttack, Military Transport

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Airframe Systems / Environmental Systems

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Airframe Systems / Fluid Power

Triumph Integrated Systems - Fluid Power & Actuation - Clemmons Analysis | News Hydraulic Pumps: Integrated hydraulic pump; Reservoirs:

Avionics / Flight and Data Management

Collins Aerospace, Avionics Division Analysis | News Avionics Management Systems: Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) tools and processes
GE Aviation Systems Analysis | News Health & Usage Monitoring: Health awareness system

Power Systems / Engines

GE Aircraft Engines Analysis | News Turboshaft Engines: T901 engine
Pratt & Whitney Canada Analysis Turboshaft Engines: PW207D1 turboshaft supplemental power unit.
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