3D model of an advanced U.S. reconnaissance and attack helicopter developed in the 1990s as the result of a joint venture between Boeing and Sikorsky. Designed to replace the aging OH-58 Kiowa, the RAH-66 was a stealthy, agile, and lightweight helicopter with a unique tandem cockpit layout, advanced avionics, and a low-observable fuselage. Equipped with a five-blade rotor system, the Comanche was powered by two LHTEC T800-LHT-801 turboshaft engines, allowing it to reach speeds of up to 201 mph (324 km/h) and a range of 1,479 miles (2,380 km). It was armed with a 20mm XM301 tri-barrel Gatling-style cannon, Hellfire missiles, and Stinger or AIM-92 air-to-air missiles. Despite its promising capabilities, the RAH-66 Comanche program was cancelled in 2004 due to cost overruns.
The model is made in compliance with the proportions and dimensions of the real helicopter.
All files were "smoothed", but you can write to us and get a version with the original geometry. You can download the model in any convenient format.
Object has separated main parts so that you can easily make any changes and modify materials.
- Textures are included in the set;
- Images were rendered in V-Ray without post-processing.