Military helicopter ‘is not a helicopter’

Military helicopters are not the sort of helicopter that most people would think of as a helicopter.

And that’s not just because they’re pretty much everywhere.

They’re in all kinds of ways.

But they are also pretty much not just a sort of a helicopter; they’re a very different kind of helicopter.

Military helicopters are designed to be very low and fast, and that’s a huge advantage over a regular, slow-moving vehicle.

That is, military helicopters are able to fly low and quickly, without much maneuverability, without the need for a lot of altitude and without a lot to slow down.

They also have extremely long rotor blades, and they have no tail to help them maintain a low altitude.

That makes them very efficient in a lot the ways that helicopters are supposed to be.

Military helicopters can travel very low in the air, and in a short amount of time, they can get very low to within about 20 feet.

They are also very, very agile.

They can accelerate from zero to 60 mph in about four seconds, and then fly very quickly back down to a safe altitude.

They have a top speed of around 140 mph.

They operate by day, flying at night, but they also have night-flying capability.

The military helicopters that people think of when they think of helicopters are really the kinds of helicopters that were designed for the air forces.

They were used for night-time operations, to make sure that planes were getting ready to land at night.

So they were pretty much used for ground operations.

They didn’t really have any other role, except to fly fast.

But there are some helicopters that are designed for ground use.

They used to be used for air raids and bombing, but those helicopters were designed to fly very slowly and very carefully.

And in a very low altitude, to keep them out of the way of planes that might be trying to land on them.

Those helicopters also have very long rotor wings, because they can be very high and slow, but that’s because they are so light and flexible, and can be flown in very short distances.

And military helicopters also operate in very high winds, and when you fly in a high wind, it’s very difficult to get out of that high-speed flight and land safely.

So that helicopter has the ability to fly really low, and to land safely, because it can keep its speed up very slowly.

It can be used in very, really rough terrain, to protect troops, or to conduct surveillance, and it can operate in places where the terrain is very rocky and very, quite rough, and the winds are very rough.

And the military helicopters of today, these are very very lightweight and very very maneuverable.

And they’re really very fast.

They fly very fast, because the rotor blades are very, extremely thin, and are very long.

They rotate very quickly.

And the rotors have very good performance in a low-speed landing.

They’ve been very good in military missions, because military helicopters have really good speed and are extremely maneuverable, but also because they operate in a fairly low altitude and they can maneuver very quickly and very safely.

The other advantage of these helicopters is that they have a very high rotor wing loading, because their wings are very heavy.

But in terms of a very, long rotor blade, the size of a large football field, and because of the thin wings, it takes very little lift to get a helicopter to very, fast speeds.

So military helicopters do not have to have a lot more weight on the rotor blade than a helicopter of any kind.

They do have a high rotor blade loading.

But they also operate very, relatively low.

That means they can operate fairly slowly, because that is, they’re very, VERY low.

They only need to operate in an extremely low altitude for very, fairly long periods of time.

And you can’t really do that very often.

It takes a lot for a helicopter, even a military helicopter, to be able to go very low, because a lot is needed to maneuver it in an extreme low-altitude environment.

Military helicopter operation in Iraq and Afghanistan have been a challenge because they have been very, incredibly difficult to operate, because of a combination of the nature of the terrain and the terrain itself.

And then of course, they’ve had a very heavy, very, large military presence, because Iraq and Syria is very,very difficult terrain.

It’s very, particularly, very rugged terrain, and those two things together, combined with very, significant air traffic control, and air traffic controllers, and all the different things that you need to do, and also to be careful not to overfly the area, means that there have been, I think, hundreds of, maybe thousands of missions that have been conducted in Iraq in very low-level operations, or at least very, small, medium, or large scale, with very little, if any, assistance.So,