I like it too. I especially like how it had cables rather than a drive shaft connecting to the tail rotor. I have noticed that Kobe Bryant made a comment on here as well. How strange is that?
Kobe Bryant, 23.02.2016 00:03
Howard Frink, e-mail, 20.02.2016 20:23
We had 2 Sikorsky R-4's flying from a small flight deck on our ship -- 2nd Aircraft Repair Unit (Floating), which supported B-29 bombers flying from Saipan and Iwo Jima. All of the high tech shops to support the B-29's were installed on the Liberty ship -- parts and men were ferried to the air strips at Saipan and later at Iwo Jima.
Leslie James Chatfield, e-mail, 30.09.2013 19:04
A surprisingly mature looking design for a first off like this aircraft. All modern single rotor helicopters look like this
Daniel Brewer, e-mail, 04.12.2010 05:03
I have some pictures of the HNS-1 at Goose Bay that my father took.
Zac Yates, e-mail, 03.11.2010 08:23
Long shot, does anyone know where I can obtain a DVD of a 1980s doco called "The Chopper"? I have no idea who produced it, exact year, or who the English-sounding narrator is. It includes interviews with Hanna Reitsch and Bart Kelly (coworker of Arthur Young at Bell), and other techs and pilots, as well as footage of the prototype NOTAR, Apache, Sikorsky ABC and the XV-15, as well as the R-4.
Clarence Davis, e-mail, 07.12.2009 05:35
In 1947,I was instructor at the R-4 Helicopter Maintenance School at Shepard AFB in Texas. I went on some test flights of the R-4. For the times, it was quite amazing.
kiran, e-mail, 20.04.2009 16:52
will u send me model sketch of your project let me know something about your project please
(unidentified), e-mail, 24.04.2008 23:07
it sucks/the chinook rules
Butch Johnsn, e-mail, 05.01.2008 01:27
How was the helicopter used to attack a submarine with no war material.