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Turkish helicopter programme on-track Turkey’s T-129 attack helicopter programme, which is being co-produced with AgustaWestland, is not in danger of being axed despite technical issues, a senior defence official said recently. Since acquiring nine T129s in 2012, ca...
In this global overview we take a look at the key updates from the military helicopter industry from the last few weeks and months… UNITED STATES
Last month's announcement from the British government that it would be adding to its military helicopter fleet with 22 new Chinooks was one that many had been waiting for. The issue of air support is one which has remained a major topic of debate surrounding the war...
View this map to browse the latest demands and requirements across the international military helicopter domain, as well as the latest senior officers and subject matter experts joining the IMH conference panel. Ahead of the International Military Helicopter (IMH) e...
Defence IQ’s Military Helicopter Procurement & Requirements Worldwide Map 2014-15 is an abridged and interactive guide to some of the most significant military acquisition programmes around the world today, providing an overview of 69 nations. Click on the image b...
In early December, government ministers are set to announce a radical re-structuring of the UK’s helicopter procurement, organisation and basing plans in a new military helicopter roadmap called "Vision 2020," which might result in the termination of EH101 Merlin deve...
This eBook rounds up the latest global military helicopter stories on interest, innovation and investment from around the globe. Top stories include Turkish attack helicopters, UK medical evacuation requirements and Asia-Pacific naval capabilities... [inlinead]
Demand for military helicopters seems to be on the increase at the moment, with aerial transport being the preferred method for moving troops in Afghanistan. In the United States, a lack of cargo military helicoptershas also proved a problem recently. According to of...
The global helicopter market is currently facing a two-pronged assault with budget cutbacks continuing and a drop in the price of oil impacting civil and oil and gas demands. However, the medium- to long-term view of the market is promising given the presence of stron...
According to the head of analysis at the Teal Group, Richard Aboulafia: "Helicopters are the fastest-growing sector of the global military aerospace market at the moment and are the brightest spot in the entire aerospace business." The Military Helicopter Market 2010-...
International Military Helicopter 2015 has much in common with many of the leading modern rotary-wing platforms. It is a truly ‘multirole’ conference, looking at ‘long range’ issues and offers attendees the flexibility to shape their learning and networking experience...
Already the world largest arms importer, India plans to continue its vast investment by spending around $100 billion on upgrading its military hardware and infrastructure over the next decade. India is acquiring military kit across all three domains but the helicop...
Unmanned rotary aircraft will never fully replace piloted vehicles, with the combination of both types relieving the stress of the helicopter mission, according to military officials. Speaking at the 2011 Defence IQ International Military Helicopter conference i...
Colonel Brian C Ferris (Ret’d), Deputy Director EW Division, U.S. Army described U.S. EW Capabilities for Platform Self Protection.Threat EW capabilities are increasing in China, Iran, Russia and from Al Qaeda The current focus is on radio controlled IEDs IEWs is the...
Ahead of the 11th annual London conference for global military forces, Defence IQ heralds an opportunity for industry, personnel and programme managers to learn and analyse recent progress in the field with an exclusive new resource centre available online.
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