Kawasaki OH-1

The Kawasaki OH-1 is a tandem-seat, twin-engine, armed-scout helicopter developed for the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force. The aircraft is powered by a pair of Mitsubishi TS1-M-10 turboshaft engines, rated at approximately 885 shp each. An OH-1 prototype first flew in August 1996. Kawasaki built 38...

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