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Armed helicopter

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  1. a military helicopter armed for attacking targets on the ground, and sometimes in the air

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 14, 2009
  2. The idea of the helicopter as a bomber has likely been around since helicopters first came into military service

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  3. Basic transport helicopters, intended to deliver combat troops to an objective, are armed principally for self-defense

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  4. the subset of attack helicopters that carry heavy armament such as autocannon and machine-gun fire, rockets, and precision guided missiles such as the Hellfire

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  5. Many attack helicopters are also capable of carrying air to air missiles, though mostly for purposes of self-defense

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