USA based Bell Textron, Jamaica Defense Forces (JDF) announced that it has received an order of 6 Bell 505 helicopters.
According to the company statement, the ordered Bell 505s will be configured to support public security missions in the country and will be used by the Caribbean Military Aviation School to train international rotor helicopter pilots.
“Bell and JDF, with a rich history of over 55 years, are committed to delivering the most advanced and economically viable helicopter on the market. We look forward to growing our longstanding relationship with JDF,” said Nicholas Peffer, Managing Director of Latin America. said.
With this new helicopter delivery, JDF will have 10 Bell helicopters in its current fleet. The Bell 505 will reportedly serve in search and rescue missions, medical evacuations, aid to natural disasters, internal security and military training operations.
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