Eurocopter UH-72 Lakota - Variants

Variants

UH-72A Lakota
An unarmed utility military version of the EC 145.
AAS-72X
A proposed armed version of the UH-72 for the US Army's Armed Aerial Scout OH-58D replacement program being offered by EADS and Lockheed Martin.
AAS-72X+
An armed military version of the Eurocopter EC145T2 also proposed for the Armed Aerial Scout program. Also, it is equipped with more powerful engines with an extra 200 horsepower each, a fenestron shrouded tail rotor, and a fully digital glass cockpit.

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