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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...
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 International Military Helicopter conference brings global military users and defence industry professionals together once a year to discuss the latest rotorcraft solutions, training, tactics and procedures.
Poland’s Project ‘Kruk’ (‘Raven’) has declared the first of the official contenders for a $3 billion contract to replace the country’s attack helicopters across all three services. Back at the beginning of September, the MSPO defence show in Kielce, Poland, become a...
Many of our readers will be familiar with the rigours which military fixed wing and rotorcraft must frequently endure whilst operating in the extremes of environmental conditions. During these operations, the filtration technology designed and built by engineers provide...
Earlier this year, USAF Eglin Air Force Base received the first Full Mission Simulator for the joint-force aircraft shortly anticipated to change the face of air power forever: the F-35 Lightening II. Amid new reports that further delays to the controversial programme...
A British Puma HC2 aircraft during Hot Blade 2014 helicopter training exercise program hosted by the Portuguese Air Force (Victor M.S. Barreira).
In a deal worth £1 billion, the UK MoD has ordered 14 new Chinook HC6 transport helicopters from Boeing, set to be fully operational by 2017. Making the announcement at RAF Odiham, where the Chinook team is based, Defence Secretary Liam Fox told those in attendance,...
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...
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 po...