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Have you kept pace with the evolutions of the US Military helicopter deals, acquisitions, and contracts? We have put together some of the key ones for you in this document, so you have the latest information when you set foot in Fort Rucker in July.
We took a look at some of the most common problems for military helicopters, and what is being done about them. This is by no means an exhaustive list; it aims to provide a broad overview of the field, which you will have the opportunity to discuss in detail at the Summit.
Major Bryan Smylie (Retired), speaker at the swiftly approaching summit, discusses his experiences as Presidential Helicopter Pilot, his views on the importance of upgrading the helicopter fleet, and how helicopters will evolve into 2020 and beyond.
Past speaker Frank Wilcox, Sr. Director - Business Development at Honeywell Aerospace, goes into life cycle costs vs. operation and sustainment costs, helicopter SATCOM upgrades like the 60 kVA Power Generation Upgrade for the UH-60, and more in this past presentation.
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/gas demands. However, the medium- to long-term view of the market is promising given the presence of strong fundamentals and persistent, sustainable growth drivers. This report includes insight into Poland, Italy, France, Spain, UK, Germany, Colombia and the USA.
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We took a look at ten of the most common and pernicious problems for military helicopters, and what is being done about them. This is by no means an exhaustive list; it aims to provide a broad overview of the field, which you will have the opportunity to discuss in detail at the Summit.
Future Vertical Lift is on the horizon, and a new generation of rotorcraft is in development. As older helicopters are phased out, newer models take flight. The past year has seen a lot of movement in this space. We’ve gathered some of the most relevant recent stories, in advance of the 2nd Military Helicopters Summit.
We outlined five more problems that plague the space. The speakers at the summit will hone in on these issues as well.
As far as rotary-wing aircraft go, there are few assets more desirable to almost any military in the modern world. Owing to their ability to carry out a vast range of missions and the rapidity at which they can be deployed for land, sea or air use, helicopters are key to any serious defense budget, be it purchasing new platforms or modernizing existing ones. Of course, this range of capabilities also means that today’s aircraft are technologically complex, resulting in difficult decisions for program managers and increasingly complicated processes for maintenance and upgrades.
Ahead of the briefing from Poland's Operational Command Chief of Staff, 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. 32 of the rotorcraft are said to be needed to...
Past speakers David Rancourt, PhD Student in Aerospace Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech, and Etienne Demers Bouchard, Graduate Research Assistant at Georgia Institute of Technology (Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory), discuss how conventional helicopter performance falls short, the Electric-Powered Reconfigurable Rotor VTOL Concept (EPR2), early simulations to predict the performance, and more in this past presentation.
Alix Leboulanger of Frost & Sullivan conducts a thorough examination of the growth of the rotorcraft industry. The report makes predictions up to 2022, explores the evolution of helicopter business models, and looks at market growth in emerging regions.
When we arrived, the hill, which had been cleared of trees, seemed to be moving. As the sun came up, I could see what looked like a thousand NVA soldiers climbing the hill.” - Cobra pilot First Lieutenant Terry Morris This fantastic article was provided by Air Age Media - Flight Journal www.flightjournal.com
Defence IQ takes a look at some of the most common issues with military helicopters, and what is being done to solve them.
This article looks at enhancing the navigation capabilities of the AgustaWestland AW101 Helicopter. This article is provided by Honeywell Aerospace and more info can be found on their website https://aerospace.honeywell.com
You are busy between your daily duties and the process of modernizing a decades-old air cavalry fleet - too busy to dig around for industry updates in the intercontinental haystack of the internet. So we have compiled some of the hottest news in the field to give you a quick primer on pertinent developments in advance of the Military Helicopters Summit.