Bell 209 AH-1 Cobra

Bell AH-1J Sea Cobra



AH-1J Sea Cobra
The AH-1J Sea Cobra was developed for the USMC as a twin engine variant based on a desire for improved safety and redundancy for over-water operation. Featuring the Pratt and Whitney Twinpac T400 engine (two 900-hp turboshaft engines coupled together) giving an overall increase in installed power, it also included a new nose turret gun, with the three barrel XM197 20mm cannon, as well as other improvements. While development and production of the first 49 ordered were under way, the Marines loaned 38 AH-1Gs from the US Army


Engine: 1 x PW C T400-CP-400 1800shp
Capacity: 2
Length: (m) 16.3
Height: (m) 4.1
Blades: 2
Rotor diam.: (m) 13.4
Disc area: (m2)
Weight: (kgs) Empty: 3000     Max: 4540
Speed: (km/h)     Max: 333
Range: (km) 580
Ceiling: (m) 3200
Rate/Climb: (m/min) 332

List of Operators of Bell AH-1J Sea Cobra

From Organisation with model AH-1J Sea Cobra
usa US Marine Corps
    209 AH-1 Cobra 392 1968/   
south korea Daehanminguk Yuk-gun
    9 1978/04

Construction Numbers on database of AH-1J Sea Cobra


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