Aérospatiale SA330 Puma
The Puma first flew in 1965 and entered service with the Royal Air Force in January 1971 at RAF Odiham with the designation of Puma HC Mk I, used in the transport role. The helicopter was jointly manufactured by Aérospatiale and Westland Helicopters. The Puma has seen service across the world with the RAF; West Germany, Belize, Northern Ireland, Venezuela and the Middle East in combat and in humanitarian operations. In 2012 the Puma HC Mk 2 entered service with many improvements including two Turbomeca Makila engines, a new defensive aids suite and the ability to carry a greater payload. The RAF Puma fleet will remain in service until 2025.
T-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk ringspun cotton. A comfortable shirt to wear at 185gsm with tubular short sleeves.