Commanded by the Royal Navy, one of the most extensively modified versions of the Westland Sea King is the Westland Commando HC4. Its first flight was on 26 September 79, this high capacity and iconic aircraft was very used for British operations in both Gulf Wars, The Falklands and Afghanistan.
Chance Vought F4U Corsair was an US fighter aircraft that entered service primarily in WWII and the Korean War. Demand for the aircraft soon overwhelmed Vought's manufacturing capability, resulting in production by Goodyear.
The Grumman F9F Panther was the manufacturer's first jet fighter and the US Navy's second. It first flew in 47, powered by a Rolls-Royce Nene turbojet built under license by Pratt & Whitney as the J42.
Me 163 “Komet” was the only operational rocket-powered fighter aircraft during WWII. The Me 163 Interceptor project code named “Project X” begun in 1937 under directions of Dr. Alexander Lippisch. It was made for defense purposes.
The AH-64A Apache is the Army's primary attack helicopter. It has a very good reacting time, airborne weapon system that can fight close and deep to destroy, disrupt, or delay enemy armor. The Helicopter is made to fight and survive during the day, night, and in adverse weather throughout the world.
Bell UH-1 Iroquois, frequently known as the "Huey", is a multipurpose military helicopter. It was designed and produced in 1955 by US Army trials with the Bell Model 204. The first designation of HU-1 (helicopter utility) led to its nickname, Huey.