|Country of Origin||United Kingdom.|
|Similar Aircraft||Alouette II, Alouette III, Gazelle, OH-13 Sioux.|
|Armament||Accommodations for antitank missiles, cannon, rockets.|
|Dimensions||Length: 30 ft, 4 in (9.26 m). Rotor diameter: 32 ft, 3 in (9.84 m).|
Scout, Wasp WEFT Description
|Wings||Four-blade main rotor mounted on a shaft behind the cabin and between the cabin and engine.|
|Engine(s)||One turboshaft mounted behind rear of cabin (exposed).|
|Fuselage||Rounded nose, stepped-up, glassed-in cockpit, including top; slightly tapered rear section. Fixed landing gear.|
|Tail||Swept-back, tapered fin with small rotor on the left. Rectangular flats (Army version) mounted to the underside of boom below the fin.|
Countries which Fly the Scout, Wasp
Brazil, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, United Kingdom.
Scout, Wasp Manufacturer Web Site
Westland is now the AugustaWestland division of Finmeccanica.