Canadian Coast Guard CH-146/Bell 412.

In fall the Canadian government began planning in earnest to replace its current fleet of Coast Guard helicopters: 14 MBB and 3 Bell LongRangers at the light end, supported by 6 Bell 212 twin-Hueys.

Royal Canadian Air Force CH-146 Griffon helicopter lands at the Philippine Army 3 Infantry Division Headquarters during Operation RENAISSANCE in Jamindan, Philippines (December 8, 2013) photo by MCpl Marc-Andre Gaudreault, Canadian Forces Combat Camera

Royal Canadian Air Force Griffon helicopter lands at the Philippine Army 3 Infantry Division Headquarters during Operation RENAISSANCE in Jamindan, Philippines (December photo by MCpl Marc-Andre Gaudreault, Canadian Forces Combat Camera

The Bell 412 helicopter introduces rotary wing pilot candidates to the world of advanced twin-engine helicopter operations. The RCAF flies the military pattern of this helicopter under the name CH-146 Griffon. PHOTO: DND

The Bell 412 helicopter introduces rotary wing pilot candidates to the world of advanced twin-engine helicopter operations. The RCAF flies the military pattern of this helicopter under the name Griffon.

CH-146 Griffon Helicopter

Defence Minister Peter MacKay says Canadian choppers will escort new Chinook transport helicopters next year. The Bell Griffon is the Canadian

Bell CH-146 Griffon (412CF) aircraft picture

Task Force Freedom / Canadian Helicopter Force Afghanistan - Royal Canadian Air Force - Flying over the desert at the Texas Helo Range near Kandahar. - Photo taken at In Flight in Afghanistan in May,

Bell CH-146 Griffon (412CF)

- Photo taken at Halifax - Robert L Stanfield International (YHZ / CYHZ) in Nova Scotia, Canada on March

Royal Canadian Air Force Bell CH-146 Griffon: Search and Rescue / Tactical Aviation Aircraft. The aircraft can carry up to 13 people (two pilots, a flight engineer and 10 passengers) and has a maximum gross weight of nearly 5,400 kilograms. The Griffon can reach speeds up to 260 kilometres per hour.

Royal Canadian Air Force Bell CH-146 Griffon: Search and Rescue / Tactical Aviation Aircraft. The aircraft can carry up to 13 people (two pilots, a flight engineer and 10 passengers) and has a maximum gross weight of nearly 5,400 kilograms. The Griffon can reach speeds up to 260 kilometres per hour.

RAF Bell 412EP Griffin HAR2

84 Sqn - Usually based at RAF Akoriti in Cyprus but currently on the line at RAF Shawbury for flight training. - Photo taken at Low FLying Area 09 [OFF AIRPORT] in England, United Kingdom on February

Bell CH-146 Griffon is the Canadian military variant of the Bell 412EP, a multi-use utility helicopter. The CH-146 is used in a wide variety of roles, including aerial firepower, reconnaissance, search and rescue and aero-mobility tasks. 2013 Comox Airshow.

Bell Griffon is the Canadian military variant of the Bell a multi-use utility helicopter. The is used in a wide variety of roles, including aerial firepower, reconnaissance, search and rescue and aero-mobility tasks.

Canadian Forces Bell CH-146 Griffon helicopters operate in the Philippines during Operation RENAISSANCE, Canada’s contribution to the disaster relief mission in that country.Photos by Corporal Darcy Lefebvre, Canadian Forces Combat Camera.

Photos: Griffon Helicopters In Action Over The Philippines

Canadian Forces Bell Griffon helicopters operate in the Philippines during Operation RENAISSANCE, Canada’s contribution to the disaster relief mission in that country.Photos by Corporal Darcy Lefebvre, Canadian Forces Combat Camera.

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