These versatile, multi-role helicopters operate from the frigates and destroyers of the Royal Navy and provide immense firepower and a wide range of technological advancements.
420 nautical miles
Designed for the extreme
Effective in any scenario
About the crew
A helicopter for every scenario
The Wildcat helicopter features a digital glass cockpit that incorporates four multi-function displays to help improve situational awareness, safety, survivability and communications capability.
They are also fitted with a nose-mounted MX-15 Wescam Electro Optical Device (EOD) that enables the pilot to detect targets at significant ranges, both day and night and in any adverse weather conditions.
Armed and versatile
Wildcats can house a range of firepower and can aid any Royal Navy operations
Wildcat helicopters can be armed with Sting Ray torpedoes, a 12.7mm calibre M3M cabin-mounted machine gun, and Martlet and Sea Venom missiles – providing the Royal Navy with greater firepower when required.
It is an incredibly versatile helicopter that is also capable of maritime lift tasks, search and rescue, and can also be called upon to support humanitarian relief and evacuation operations.