A single-engine, seven-seat light utility helicopter, the 407 is powered by a Rolls-Royce Model 250-C47B turboshaft engine rated at 813 shp. The 407 is sold in both the military and civil markets. In 2005, a Honeywell HTS900-powered 407 variant won the U.S. Army's Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter (ARH) competition, but that program was canceled in 2008. Through 2010, 1,040 Bell 407s weremanufactured, with another 791 projected to be built in 2011-20.

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