Better training could allow us to do 20% more says Royal Danish Air Force
On paper, the Royal Danish Air Force’s Helicopter Wing Karup owns and operates eight Lynxes, eight Fennecs and fourteen Merlins.
Augmented with the modern facilities of Karup Airbase, the wing has lengthy experience with Special Operations Forces and the national police force, owing to its pivotal role in anti-terror operations, and therefore finds itself at the front of new developments.
Lt Col Steen Ulrich, chief of operations, explained that with Denmark being a comparatively smal...
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