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China may have stealth helicopter based on U.S. tech from Bin Laden raid

China may have a stealth helicopter based on the U.S. design used in the May 2, 2011 raid to kill Osama Bin Laden.
FPI / June 7, 2021

Richard Fisher

On May 2, 2011 the United States carried out its famous raid that eliminated terrorist Osama Bin Laden in his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan.

However, one of the stealth-modified Sikorsky UH-60 helicopters used in the raid crashed and was not destroyed completely by demolition charges.

But it can be confirmed that Pakistan gave China access to technology from this helicopter before it gave the United States most of what remained of the wreck.

On May 28, Internet images of a helicopter model emerged from the China Helicopter Research and Design Institute (CHRDI), suggesting that China may have its own similar stealth helicopter but based on their Z-20 medium helicopter design, itself influenced by the UH-60 design.

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