Bolkow Bo.125 helicopter

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More of this (as the MBB Bo 125B version) from FLUG REVUE special issue "Flugzeuge '78".
 

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Any relationship to this Bo 120 derivative, called "UH-1D successor " ?
 

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Very interesting my dears Boxkite and Jemiba,

also the Bolkow unknown,the Bo.119 helicopter which was mentioned
in Wikipedia Encyclopedia,but with no details.
 

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Some Info about the Bo 125:

Flug Revue June 1976
Über den neuen achtsitzigen Mehrzweck-Hubschrauber Bo 107, der sich gegenwärtig in der Projekt-Definitionsphase befindet, wurde in Langenhagen lediglich angesprochen. MBB arbeitet außerdern an der Entwicklung eines Nachfolgers der Bell UH-1D), der die Typenbezeichnung Bo 125 führt.
Flug Revue May 1978
Noch in einem relativ frühen Stadium stehen dagegen die Entwicklungsarbeiten für den Transporthubschrauber TH 3/Bo 125 als Ersatz für die Bell UH-1). Mit einer Einführung ist nicht vor 1982 zu rechnen.
FLIGHT International, 13 September 1980, page 1074
MBB declined to comment on the 18/20 passenger BO 125.
 

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My dears and my Friends,


if that was a Bolkow Bo.125B design,what was Bo.125A ?.
 

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Hi,


here is a drawing to Bolkow Bo.125 in cross section;


http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a051589.pdf
 

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The '3.5 - 4 Ton Combat Vehicle' looks like being an early design itineration of the Wiesel.
 

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