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AAHS Journal Vol 62, No 2
AAHS Journal, Vol 62, No 2
Summer 2017

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This Day in History: 
November 22, 1949

The USAF Sikorsky H-19 twelve place helicopter (also known by Sikorsky designation of S-55) makes its first test flight. A utility helicopter suitable for passenger, air mail or cargo transport, and air rescue and military service. The helicopter is powered by one Pratt & Whitney R-1340 S3H2 Wasp radial engine rated at 550 hp. All-up weight is 7000 lbs with a useful military load of 2800 lbs and a top speed over 100 mph.

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