From 1967-1983, the Royal Navy used the Westland Wessex HAS Mk. 3 in the Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) role. Nicknamed the "Camel," the HAS Mk. 3 was distinguished by its fuselage-mounted radome. Kit features a recessed fuselage with panel joints, a detailed cockpit with instrument panel, a detailed undercarriage, a choice of interior cabin seats, two engine cowling options, external torpedo pylons, moving main and tail rotors, a rescue winch, a fuselage-mounted radome and decal sets for two Royal Navy aircraft: 1. No. 706, NAS and 2. No. 737, NAS "Humphrey."