This is my CH-52. I built it in the intrest of being able to land large amounts of troops/vehicles in remote areas. It has been slowly growing since it's creation in 2005. It has been used in a number of operations and large scale rescues. It has a regular crew of three; pilot, co-pilot, and loading officer. is is not normally armed, but it can have MGs placed in windows on the side and doors.
A front right shot. Note the pilot and the folding steps. The engine is in the upper right.
The front left. Note the co-pilot and the large cargo door on the side.
A better picture of the cargo door and engine. There is a folding winch over the door mounted on the engine. A wheel pontoon is in the lower left of the picture.
The rear door. It can be lowered to allow 6 wide vehicles to drive into the cargo compartment.
The cargo hold. It is a lot roomier than it looks and can hold my two jeeps with full crews.
My rescue interior. It can hold four critical patients and about 8-10 evacuees. While this insert is in, it can still hold a rescue quad in the front compartment.
the helicopter itself needs some work,a side view pic would have made it obvious,but nothing
can take away from the cargo concept,with interchangeable modules,it s brilliant!
and also very exclusive!
i don t plan on reenforcing my swat team any further!
I want to thank you for your many Comments. They have been the means of many changes. It is a bit longer, and I have made the rotors longer, changing the tail and yes, it is a
CH-53 Sea Stallion/PAVE LOW
verry good it just needs one improvment the cokpit is bad but then its really good and if you put some wings rip the baldes off and put a tail and jet then you got your self a great military cargo plane>
I like it
March 29, 2008
doesnt look to be the size (compared to minifigs) of the real thing. an alternate cockpit might make it look better too