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Agusta A109 / AgustaWestland AW109

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ZE416 an A109E as operated by QinetiQ / Empire Test Pilots School. Pics thanks to Steve.

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Agusta 109A (AE-331)Ex Argentinian Army’s Batallon De Aviacion De Combate 601 Ejercito. Captured during the Falklands war by 846 Naval Air Squadron and now on Display at the Fleet Air Arm Museum. Pics thanks to Merlin101.

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Agusta A109A MkII, MM81205, GdiF-128, C/N 7336 the 5th delivered to the Guardia di Finanza in 1986. Although an integral part of the Italian Armed Forces the "Guardia di Finanza" , broadly interpreted as "Tax & Customs Police", are an integral part of the Italian Armed Forces, but come under the control of the Ministry of Economy and Finance and police Italy's borders and coasts. The Museum’s aircraft was declared surplus to requirements in June 2010 and withdrawn from use and placed in storage at Frosinone. It was delivered to The Helicopter Museum on 6th October 2010. Two days later the helicopter was unveiled by UK Tourism & Heritage Minister, John Penrose MP, and officially handed over to The Museum by Graham Cole, AgustaWestland's Managing Director, during a ceremony on 8th October. Pics mine Info from The Helicopter Museum

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