Which military helicopters are the most efficient?

In the world of civilian helicopters, the UH-60 Blackhawk, the Navy’s Super Hornet, and the U.S. Army’s MQ-1 Predator are all among the most reliable.

But when it comes to the military, the competition is far from over. 

What makes a helicopter an efficient helicopter?

The most efficient helicopter is one that is a good fit for its intended role.

It has the right engine, the right loadout, and is equipped with the right payload.

The UH60 Blackbird is an example of this.

What makes it an efficient military helicopter?

This type of helicopter is also referred to as a “heavy lift” or “heavy attack” helicopter.

“A heavy lift is a helicopter with an engine that’s capable of delivering loads over 50 tons (the UH70-2A) to a target in less than 2 minutes,” says Chris Meeks, an engineer and retired U.K. Royal Air Force.

“Heavy attack is one with an overall weight of at least 80,000 pounds (35,600 kg).

This aircraft has been deployed in operations around the world, and it has a range of more than 2,000 miles (3,600 kilometers).”

The UH90 Blackhawk is a heavier attack helicopter with a payload of at most 35,000 tons (50,000 kg).

It is also a heavier aircraft than the UHP-10B Blackhawk.

The UHP10B is a lighter aircraft than most of its competitors.

Its main mission is to deliver payloads over a distance of about 3,000 feet (1,700 meters), which is just over half the distance between the Pentagon and the Pentagon of a civilian helicopter.

It also has a larger range than the MQ1 Predator.

This heavy attack helicopter has been the primary UH30 Blackhawk used by the UAF.

In addition to being heavier than most other helicopters, its primary mission is for combat support.

This includes targeting the enemy, conducting reconnaissance, and operating the mission control system.

This is what makes the ULP-3 heavy attack and the Blackhawk heavy attack the most popular of the heavy attack helicopters.

Aircraft that have the right power, the payload, and are configured to carry it can be considered the most “efficient” helicopters.

“An aircraft with the power, weight, payload, speed, and range to deliver these types of loads will be the most effective helicopter,” says Meeks.

According to Meeks and others, the more a helicopter has the ability to carry its payload, the less likely it is to fail.

The more a vehicle has the power and payload, especially if the payload is small, the greater the likelihood that it will survive.

But even if a helicopter does survive, its performance is often impacted by the type of payload and the mission controller.

The MCP-1E and the MCP1EA are the main types of powerplants used by military helicopters.

The E has the highest thrust, and has the lowest weight.

It is, however, one of the most common powerplans used in civilian helicopters.

The MCP2B and MCP3A are lighter than the E, and have the lowest power, payload and payload-to-weight ratio.

These powerplant types are also known as “light” helicopters, but they are heavier and heavier than the military’s “heavy” helicopters (i.e. the M6A, M6B, and M6C).

These helicopters can carry up to 10,000 kilograms (21,000 lbs.).

The M6H is a heavy attack variant of the MOP-1 heavy attack powerplant, and this is one of its most popular powerplains.

There are also other types of aircraft, such as the H2 and P4, that are heavier than these powerplaning systems, but their payloads and range are higher than the powerplanting systems.

This also means that these heavier aircraft are more difficult to maintain.