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Westland Lynx HAS 3 (Assigned to HMS Endurance 2002) Diecast Model Helicopter by Corgi

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Westland Lynx HAS 3 (Assigned to HMS Endurance 2002) in Grey (1:72 scale by Corgi AA39007)
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PriceCurrently Unavailable (Free standard UK delivery)
Made By Corgi
Stock Code AA39007
Stock Level Sold Out (sorry, this item is no longer available)
Scale 1:72
Size 18cm rotorspan (7.1 inches)
Colour Grey
Limited Edition Only 1000 pieces produced worldwide and comes with numbered certificate
Working Features tail rotor, rotor
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This Westland Lynx HAS 3 (Assigned to HMS Endurance 2002) Diecast Model Helicopter is Grey and features working tail rotor, rotor.

It is made by Corgi and is 1:72 scale (approx. 18cm / 7.1in rotorspan).

Westland Lynx HAS 3 ICE XZ238 (434/EE) is one of a number of helicopters, which have served on board Antarctic survey and ice patrol vessel HMS Endurance, in particularly challenging conditions. For this specific role, some of the equipment usually found on Royal Navy Lynx aircraft was removed, but the reliable Lynx proved to be essential in the effective polar operations of Endurance. Two ice modified Lynx aircraft were usually carried on board HMS Endurance, at any one time.

When considering military aviation currently in service with the world’s air forces, the helicopter is arguably the most flexible and operationally capable aircraft available to commanders. As international commitments and military requirements continue to evolve, the helicopter is becoming increasingly important to operations at home and abroad. Since the Westland Lynx was introduced in 1978, it has proved itself as one of the most advanced and capable helicopters in the world. Fast and highly adaptable, the Lynx has the distinction of being the world’s first fully aerobatic helicopter, capable of performing some quite astonishing manoeuvres. A true multirole combat aircraft, the Lynx is also a deadly tank destroyer and submarine hunter, due to remain in British service for many years to come.