Bell 407 Kansas Highway Patrol JP-1276

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  • Standard - DINA3 (29,7x42cm) (16,5"x12")
  • Standard - Limited Edition
  • Large - 70x50cm (28"x20")
  • Panorama - 90x30cm (36"x12")

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By TimeframeModern & Contemporary
By OperatorU.S.A. - KANSAS H.P.
By ModelBell 407
By Illustrator Ugo CRISPONI

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The Kansas Highway Patrol Air Support Unit Headquarters is based at Phillip Billard Airport in Topeka, Kansas. The Topeka unit currently utilizes a Bell 407 helicopter, one Cessna 206H, one Cessna 182RG, and one Beechcraft King Air 350 aircraft which are used for various public safety missions. KHP aircraft provide air support for State, Federal and local law enforcement agencies with suspect searches, foot and vehicle pursuits, high visibility crime deterrence, and looking for missing persons within the State of Kansas. Aircrews are also tasked with natural disaster response, major incident command and control, time critical transports, proactive surveillance, and many other important public safety missions. The Bell 407 Helicopter “N650HP” pictured above is outfitted with highly specialized equipment, including: FLIR 8500XLT thermal imager, 30 million candlelight powered searchlight, BMS microwave downlink systems, advanced communications gear and tactical ARS mapping system. During nighttime operations, aircrews use NVAG-6 Night Vision Goggles which increase safety while improving tactical effectiveness. “N650HP” is powered by a Rolls Royce 250-C47B gas turbine engine, producing 813shp. In the law enforcement configuration the aircraft has a maximum VNE airspeed of 140 knots. Normal aircrew composition consists of a Pilot and Tactical Flight Officer who operates the mission equipment. Seating for up to five passengers is available when missions require it.

Model: Bell 407
Serial s/n: N650HP