CH-147F Chinook

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[Various clips of the CH-147F Chinook in action.]

[Music playing in the background.]

[On screen text: 450 Tactical Helicopter Squadron is home to the CH-147F Chinook helicopter.

Based in Petawawa, Ontario the squadron reports to 1 Wing Kingston.

The CH-147F Chinook is a medium to heavy lift holicopter. It can lift up to 24,000 pounds.

It is used to transport equipment and personnel during domestic or deployed operations, including during disaster relief and for medical evacuations.

Width: 30 m

Height: 6 m

The Chinook can travel approximately 300 km/hr for a distance of 1,100 km on internal fuel.

The first CH-147F Chinook was delivered on June 27, 2013. The versatility, capacity and extended range of the Chinook make it ideal for operating in challenging environments.

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31 July 2019

Editor AB Mathieu Potvin

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Overview

The CH-147F Chinook is an advanced, multi-mission helicopter used to transport equipment and personnel during domestic or deployed operations.

The Chinook supports the Canadian Army, special operations forces, other government departments, law enforcement agencies and civil authorities. It has enhanced self-protection capabilities, including anti-missile protection systems, radar as well as laser warning systems, ballistic protection and self-defence machine guns.

Length 15.9 m
Wingspan 18.28 m
Height 5.77 m
Maximum gross weight 24,494 kg
Maximum slinging payload 12,700 kg
Maximum speed 315 km/h
Range 1,200 km
Location Petawawa, Ont.
This aircraft is used for Tactical aviation

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