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What's that SeaKing version? And that big radar?

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What's that SeaKing version? And that big radar?

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Thanks in advance!

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Aviation News Vol.20 No.07 (1991)

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still trying to find more information. My guess is a testbed for the LAMPS II or III

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Sea King Mk.4XTwo helicopters based on the HC.4 for trials/test beds at the Royal Aircraft Establishment at Farnborough. Fitted with various nose and/or dorsal sensor installations

Other possibility is a testbed for the radar under the seahawk

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Sea King Mk.4XTwo helicopters based on the HC.4 for trials/test beds at the Royal Aircraft Establishment at Farnborough. Fitted with various nose and/or dorsal sensor installations

Other possibility is a testbed for the radar under the seahawk

Testbed for the Merlins' radar.
See here:
http://www.helis.com/database/cn/12767/

Thank you so much!

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