A C130 Hercules firefighting helicopter is the only U.S. military helicopter capable of flying over land and is the preferred option by U.K. and Canadian air forces.

It has also been used to support the U.N. Humanitarian Operations Mission in Iraq.

It can transport more than 500 people.

But its primary role is in aerial combat, as the C-130 has a payload capacity of just over 200 pounds and can take off and land with just two people on board.

That makes it less maneuverable than the F-16 and F-35 fighter jets.

The C-27J is the C2H-1, a multi-role military transport aircraft, which is the second-most common military transport helicopter, and has a more limited payload capacity.

It is also the primary military transport for U.W. forces in Afghanistan.

It carries troops for special operations and military intelligence, but it can’t land on land.

The A-10 Thunderbolt II is the most common military aircraft in the U, U.L., U.P. and U.R.G. aircraft groups.

It weighs about 2,000 pounds and is designed to carry fighters, missiles and helicopters, but also has an ability to take off from aircraft carriers.

The B-1B Lancer is a medium-range strategic bomber.

It costs about $1.8 million, and can carry about 20 people.

It also has a limited payload capability of about 500 pounds.

The F-15E Strike Eagle is a single-engine, single-pilot fighter jet, capable of carrying missiles, bombs and bombsights, and it is the mainstay of the U of L’s air defense squadron.

It’s also the main military transport in the air forces of Germany, Japan and the United Kingdom.

It cost about $2.8 billion, and is used to carry troops and cargo, but can’t carry people.

The U.H.V. is a small, single engine, single seat, single rotor helicopter.

It takes off and lands vertically from fixed landing pads, and its main purpose is to land in mountainous terrain.

It uses a fuel-saving engine, and costs about 1,000 dollars.

It usually flies from the U-2 Base at Edwards Air Force Base in California.

The HH-60 Black Hawk is a high-altitude, multi-purpose helicopter that can carry up to 100 troops.

It was originally developed for the U:s Army and Marine Corps, and was used by both during World War II and Vietnam.

It first entered service in 1960.

The Black Hawk has a range of about 20 miles, and carries troops and helicopters.

It comes with a payload of about 1 million pounds, and the aircraft is equipped with a radar and a heat shield, as well as two air-to-air missiles.

The L-39 is a large, single aircraft, multirole, twin-engine helicopter.

The first version was delivered in 1970 and has now been in service since 1991.

It weighed about 10,000 and is capable of delivering about 50 troops and up to 30 helicopters.

The aircraft was also used by U of W. and Royal Canadian Air Force, and they use it for reconnaissance missions.

The KC-135 Stratotanker is a fast, single stage, single jet, with a maximum speed of about 200 mph.

It provides a wide range of mission types, including surveillance, communications, surveillance and combat support, and could also be used to transport troops and equipment.

The MH-60 Seahawk is a multirole helicopter that is designed for the military, including air and sea rescue, and as an anti-submarine warfare helicopter.

Its range of more than 300 miles is a limited capability, and a payload is about 400 pounds.

Its main mission is reconnaissance, and there are two versions of the aircraft.

The AH-1Y Black Hawk helicopters were originally developed to carry Marines in the 1970s.

In 1999, the first one entered service, and in the next few years, it was deployed to support U.M.C.L.C., the UH-2M Black Hawk, the UO-3 Black Hawk and the UU-1 Black Hawk.

It now carries Marines, and UHV.

Its most common mission is anti-ship warfare, and since 2001, it has been used by the U and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

The H-1 Warrior is an amphibious transport helicopter.

Each version of the helicopter has a different payload capacity, but all have a range in excess of 1,400 miles.

The main mission of the H-2 Warrior is anti ship warfare.

The RCAF has used the HV-22 for anti-surface warfare missions.

It includes a range and payload of more that 200 miles, with four different versions, each with a different capability.

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