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.
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...
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.