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I copied the list from Stingray's site and resisted adding fixed-wing aircraft.


Boeing UTTAS
Boeing Advanced Civil Tiltrotor
Boeing Heliwing
Boeing Little Bird
Boeing U-MELB
Boeing X-50 Dragonfly
Boeing Frontier Systems A160 Hummingbird
Boeing JHL-40 "SkyHook"
Boeing / Sikorsky RAH-66 "Comanche"
Boeing-Vertol Model 107 / CH-46
Boeing-Vertol CH-47 "Chinook"
Boeing-Vertol ACH-47 "Armed/Armored Chinook"
Boeing-Vertol 347
Boeing-Vertol AAH
Boeing-Vertol 179 / 237 / YUH-61A
Boeing-Vertol 301 / XCH-62 / HLH
Boeing-Vertol Model 234
Boeing-Vertol V-360





-- Edited by BikiniGirl22 on Tuesday 15th of June 2010 12:41:56 AM

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Sarah wrote:

... resisted adding fixed-wing aircraft.



Good idea, seeing its a rotorcraft forum, lol! Thanks.



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Some missing ones:

Boeing-Vertol Model 137
Boeing-Vertol Model 222
Boeing-Vertol AX Experimental Attack project


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Here's my list of Boeing Vertol / Boeing Helicopter model numbers:
(prefixes V- and BV- omitted here)

42 (former Piasecki PV-42): H-21 Workhorse (some later versions only)
44 (former Piasecki PV-44): transport helicopter, a civil version of PV-42
71 (former Piasecki PV-71): XH-21D Shawnee (two H-21C re-engined with G.E. T58 turboshafts engines)
76C: U.S. Army VZ-2 experimental tilt-wing VTOL aircraft
80: "SUPER HUP-4" (HU class ship-based helicopter proposal)
81/82: HU class ship-based helicopter proposals
90: observation airplane for US Navy; a 15% wind tunnel model was tested in 1956
105: Model 44 fitted with two 825 hp Lycoming T-53 turboshafts, prototype only
107: U.S. Navy HRB-1 Sea Knight and Army HC-1A (both redesignated CH-46)
107M: CH-46D/E/F Sea Knight
107-II: prototype of the civil version
107-II-5: Swedish HKP-4B Vertol
107-II-9: RCAF CH-113 Labrador
114/A: U.S. Army CH-1B Chinook (redesignated CH-47A) and CH-47B/C
119F: T-tailed tilt-wing project
137 SC: tri-service VTOL tilt-wing transport project, competing with XC-142A (SS-478A)
141: proposed variant of V-114 for Marines
143: ACH-47A Chinook; armed enemy suppression; externally mounted 20mm cannon, nose turret w/grenade launcher, miniguns
145: CH-47D Chinook; version with T55-L-712 engines
147: tilt-wing VTOL project for AAFSS
157B: smaller inter-city helicopter project based on Chinook
160: tilt-rotor project
165: RAAF CH-47C Chinook
166-006: VHL warm-cycle helicopter project
167: larger inter-city helicopter project based on Chinook
173: RCAF CH-147 Chinook
176: Spanish HT.17 Chinook (export CH-47C)
177: projected advanced civil Chinook with non-overlapped, tandem 70 ft. diameter rotors
179: U.S. Army YUH-61A UTTAS multirole helicopter and civilian demonstrator
189: no details
213: V/STOL project; a 1/9-scale conversion model with reduced -stiffness wingspar was tested
216: proposed variant of Model 347 for Marines under HLH program
219: "CH-47C Plus" export version for Egypt, Greece, Iran, Italy, Morocco and Libya
222: tilt-rotor project using the fuselage, tail and undercarriage of a Mitsubishi MU-2J, engines in wing-tip pods
227: much larger derivative of Chinook
234: civilian development of CH-47C Chinook
234ER: extended range version
234LR: long-range version
234MLR: multipurpose long-range version
234-100: commercial equivalent of CH-47D Chinook, proposed to be built in China
234UT: utility version
234 Combi: firefighting modification by Columbia Helicopters equipped to carry 19 firefighters and equipment
234-68: projected stretched version of Model 234
235: AAH contender, mock-up only
237: LAMPS III competitor of S-70L (a variant of Model 179)
297: pre-H-62 heavy crane project
298: 100-passenger flying crane project
299: flying crane project with payload 3-4 tons higher than Model 298
301: U.S. Army XCH-62A HLH (Heavy Lift Helicopter) winner, later canceled
307: projected stretched version of Model 234 for 225 passengers
308: version of CH-47C Chinook for Argentine Air Force
309: version of CH-47C Chinook built in Italy, some for Argentine Army
309: also different CH-147 variant for Canada
347: experimental Chinook version with wings; built to test HLH systems and concepts
352: RAF Chinook HC Mk.1/1B/2/2A/3...
360: Advanced Technology Demonstrator made of all-composite materials and modified from a Model 107.
414-100: international military version of CH-47D for Spain

NOTE: order was not necessarily chronological


Other Boeing helicopter/VTOL prototypes & projects include:
  • the Rotafix series of transport studies with wing-tip rotors and turbofans
  • the AX attack tilt-rotor proposal
  • the LIT (Light Intertheater Transport) tilt-wing military transport project
  • various GETOL studies
  • the Boeing-Bell CTRC (Civil Tilt Rotor Commuter) project
  • a winged UTTAS proposal$
  • the QSRA demonstrator, a modified De Havilland Buffalo
  • a tilt-nacelle multimission proposal for U.S. Navy
  • the Boeing Model 71 Retractoplane (stowed tilt-rotor) concept
  • the Boeing Model 90 Retractoplane (stowed tilt-rotor) concept
  • the Boeing Model 984 ducted fan concept
  • the Boeing Model 1041 ducted fan concept
  • the twin-fin and canard Bell-Boeing TTR (Tactical Tilt Rotor) / FAAV (Future Air Attack Vehicle) demonstrator projects
  • the Bell-Boeing supersonic FSW advanced combat tiltrotor project
  • the 100-Passenger STOL Tilt-Rotor Commercial Transport project
  • the Boeing Model 2000 SOFTA/AJACS fan-in-wing concept
  • the LHX program and the resulting Boeing-Sikorsky RAH-66A Comanche
  • the CRW (Canard Rotor Wing) program
  • the X-50 Dragonfly UAV
  • the A-160 Hummingbird UAV
  • a recent flying car project with co-axial rotors
  • the ATT tailless STOL military transport project
  • the ATRH (Advanced Tandem Rotor Helicopter) military transport project
  • the JCALS (Joint Common Air Lift System) tilt-rotor project
  • the tailless Advanced Civil Tiltrotor project


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Thanks, I just love how incredibly organized your lists are. Great work!

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Also,

Boeing Model 858 or 838 was a helicopter,unfortunately no details
about it,even I can't remember 858 or 838 ?.


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Well, my list has Model 858 listed as a helicopter with a big question mark and with no further details...

Another (pre-Vertol) Boeing helicopter project was the Model 401.
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-- Edited by Stargazer2006 on Tuesday 12th of October 2010 08:54:26 AM

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Stargazer2006 wrote:

Another (pre-Vertol) Boeing helicopter project was the Model 401.



https://sites.google.com/site/stingrayslistofrotorcraft/boeing-model-401



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Found this.. :P



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Chinook-related model numbers from Aerofax Minigraph #27 (Thanks to Stephane)



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