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Bell 212

The Bell 212 is used by the Army Air Corps in the jungle areas of Brunei.

Bell 212 carrying a load.The Bell 212 HP AH Mk1 derives from the Bell 205, the Huey UH-1.

The Bell 212 HP AH Mk1 was created by adding another engine to the single engine Huey and retaining the original teetering rotor system.

Army aviation operates a handful of Bell 212 helicopters, whose unique abilities include flying in hot and often humid conditions whilst also being able to carry considerable loads.

A winch on the side of the aircraft also enables medical evacuation in otherwise difficult terrain.

Consequently the Bell 212 is currently employed in predominantly jungle areas where its performance is a great advantage.