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The History of Bell Helicopter
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The History of Bell Helicopter
Bell Helicopter, a division of Textron, manufactures both civilian and military helicopters and tiltrotors. They have been on the scene since the earliest days of aviation and were the founders of the V-22 Osprey program.

This film also covers the history of the helicopter itself, due to the pivotal role played by Bell Helicopter in the creation of this technology.

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Posted by nova on June 21, 2011
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