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Erickson Air-Crane of Central Point, Oregon, operates the largest fleet of S-64 helicopters in the world under the name Erickson S-64 Aircrane. These can be equipped with water-dropping equipment (some also have foam/gel capability) for firefighting duties worldwide. Initial work on the Sikorsky "sky-crane" helicopters began in 1958 with the piston-engined Sikorsky S-60. The 1st flight of the turboshaft-powered S-64 Skycrane was on 9 May 1962.

Tags : AERONAUTICS | FIRE BOMBER | WATER BOMBER | SIKORSKY | CH-64 | AIRCRANE | ERIKSON AIR CRANE

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