HH-43 Huskie Helicopter.
This was the first helicopter I maintained as a crew chief and mechanic during my first assignment with the 40th Air Rescue Wing, 67th Air Rescue Squad from 1967 to 1969. The unique feature of this aircraft was the twin rotor blades, and no tail rotor. The twin blades counteracted the torque generated by the single jet engine but also acted as fire surpression when approaching a downed aircraft. The pilot would drop the fire bottle slung to the bottom of the aircraft, back off, let the fire crew out, then hover over the flames so a path could be extinguished in the flames to rescue the downed pilot.
Great little model, turned out okay, some of the decal were too dry and fell apart when wet, so I didn't get to apply them all.
Now back to the shop and start on the new workbench.