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Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
7 May 2004
Origin: United States of America
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Description: The CH-47 Chinook is a twin-engine, tandem-rotor, heavy-lift transport helicopter in service with the US Army and other Armed Forces worldwide. It is enabled to transport ground forces, supplies, ammunition, and other battle-critical cargo. In addition, the CH-47 Chinook can be employed for medical evacuation, aircraft recovery, fire fighting, parachute drops, heavy construction, civil development, disaster relief and search and rescue (SAR).
The MH-47G will be a derivative of improved CH-47F helicopter. The MH-47G aircraft will fulfill the US Army special operations requirements in the 21st century. The US Army current plans call for procurement of 37 new-build MH-47Gs and remanufacture of 58 existing C/MH-47E/D helicopters to the G-model standard by 2011. Boeing delivered the first MH-47G Special Operations Chinook aircraft to the US Army on May 7, 2004. In September 2005, Boeing unveiled its proposal designated as the HH-47 CSAR-X for the US Air Force Combat Search and Rescue program. The HH-47 CSAR-X powered by T-55-GA-714A engines was based upon MH-47G airframe, countermeasures and survivability systems.
As of January 2005, the latest US Army's acquisition plan approved the increase of the Chinook fleet from 463 to 513 aircraft. The plan included upgrade of the entire fleet of 397 CH-47Ds to the F-model configuration and acquisition of at least 55 additional new-build CH-47Fs. The US Special Operations Command will increase their current fleet of 34 MH-47D/E special operations heavy assault Chinooks to 61 MH-47Gs, with options on further aircraft. On January 14, 2005, Boeing was awarded a $194 million contract as part of a $223 million fixed-price-incentive contract to remanufacture 12 CH-47 helicopters to the MH-47G configuration. Modification work is expected to conclude by July 30, 2006.
MH-47G Chinook Specifications
Main Rotor Blades: 3
Number of Engines: 2
Height: 5.50 meter (18.0 foot)
Length: 30.2 meter (99 foot)
Main Rotor Diameter: 18.3 meter
Width: 3.63 meter
Ceiling: 3,094 meter (10,151 foot)
Max Range: 1,136 kilometer (613 nautical mile)
Max Power at TakeOff: 7,258 shp (5,414 kW)
Cruise Speed: 259 kph (161 mph)
Top Speed at High Altitude: 315 kph (170 KTAS)
Flight Endurance: 5.50 hour (0.23 day)
Empty Weight: 12,210 kilogram (26,918 pound)
Max Takeoff Weight: 24,945 kilogram (54,993 pound)
Payload: 12,285 kilogram (27,083 pound)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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MH-47G Chinook News
There are 8 news between
31 Jan 2003 and 20 Dec 2018
Thursday, December 20, 2018US Special Operations Command Orders Contractor Support for MH-6, MH-47 and MH-60 HelicoptersFriday, October 19, 2018FMS: United Kingdom Wants 16 H-47 Chinook Extended Range HelicoptersWednesday, July 11, 2018US Army Places Order for First Four MH-47G Block II HelicoptersWednesday, October 1, 2014Boeing Delivers First New-Build MH-47G Special Operations Chinook HelicopterWednesday, January 10, 2007Raytheon to Build Next Generation Aircraft Terrain Avoidance RadarThursday, November 9, 2006Boeing HH-47 Chosen for US Air Force CSAR-XWednesday, October 25, 2006First Production CH-47F Maiden FlightFriday, January 31, 2003US Army Orders First Lot of F/G Chinooks
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