Burkhard D Why not just use Aerospatiale Gazelle? The General Motors FM is listed under the Grumman F4F Wildcat topic likewise.
4. June 2012 at 16:20:38
Juan M Leria It's not the same. The Wildcat is a Grumman design built by GM as sub-contractot, but the Gazelle was a cooperative Aerospatiale-Westland design, in equal terms.
4. June 2012 at 17:18:00
Burkhard D Following your logic we would have to put the Lynx and the Puma under the Aerospatiale/Westland label likewise. I don't think you want to go there
5. June 2012 at 07:17:48
scalemates I merged them... the exact naming can be discussed
5. June 2012 at 07:43:17
Juan M Leria Well, you are right up to a point, but the Lynx was a Westland design from the start with Aerospatiale having a 1/3 share (+ or -) in the building process and jsut for the French-ordered machines; and the Puma was just the same but inverted.
Anyway, if our British mates have no objections with 'Aerospatiale Gazelle', me neither.
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