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Westland Scout helicopter – XV136 — in the Ulster Aviation Society’s main hangar

Image: MARK J. CAIRNS

Westland Scout helicopter's port side Missile mount in Hangar 1 at the Ulster Aviation Society

Image: MARK J. CAIRNS

Hangar volunteer, Stephen Cunningham puts the finishing touches to the Westland Scout helicopter's, starboard Missile mount at the Ulster Aviation Society

Image: MARK J. CAIRNS

Inside the cockpit of Westland Scout helicopter – XV136 — in the Ulster Aviation Society’s main hangar. Image: Mark J. Cairns

Image: MARK J. CAIRNS

Aerial surveillance system in a Scout helicopter is a gyro-stabilised, Marconi unit. This example is in Scout XV136 in the UAS in N.Ireland. Image: Mark J.Cairns

Image: MARK J. CAIRNS

Instrument Panel of Westland Scout helicopter – XV136 — in the Ulster Aviation Society’s main hangar. Image: Mark J. Cairns

Image: MARK J. CAIRNS

Rolls-Royce Nimbus101 turboshaft engine in Scout Helicopter, XV136 at the Ulster Aviation Society. Image: Mark J. Cairns

Image: MARK J. CAIRNS

Manufacturer: Westland

Model: Scout

Registration: XV136
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UAS Location: Hangar 1

Maximum Speed:  131 mph

Cruise Speed: 122 mph

Engine: 1 × Rolls-Royce Nimbus101 turboshaft   engine, 1,050 shp (780 kW)

Service Ceiling: 17,700 ft

Length & Height9.25m x 2.72m

Rotor Diameter: 9.83m

Rate of Climb: 8.5m/sec

Range: 315 miles

Armament:  1 or 2 x L7 GPMG machine guns; 4 x SS.11 anti-tank guided missiles