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• Crew Protection
• Training Services
• Systems Upgrades
• Israeli Focus
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• Asia-Pacific Focus
• Scout/Light Attack Helicopters
• Missiles and Rockets
• Flight Training
(LAAD, Quad A, IDEF)
• Naval Helicopters
• Turkish Industry Focus
• US Army Update
• Latin American Modernisation
(Paris Air Show, IMDEX, AHS Annual)
• Helicopter Upgrades
• Utility Helicopters
(Modern Day Marine, AUSA Annual, Seoul Air Show, Defence & Security Asia)
• Sensor Suites
• Korean Procurement
• Ground Support
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• Defensive Aid Suites
• Composites and Structures
• Middle East Market
Now well into its third decade, Defence Helicopter's unrivalled reporting is respected and read by those involved in military and parapublic aviation. From the strategists to the pilots who fly the missions, from airframe researchers and developers to weapons and equipment users and designers. We also feature 'after-action' reports from those who were there, read by those who may soon take their place. DH informs, analyses and provides the facts.
Complementing the magazine’s expanded editorial coverage is www.Rotorhub.com, a major daily news and information resource for both the civil and the military communities. Shephard provides the international helicopter community with its most comprehensive portfolio of specialist information services and an array of cost-efficient sales and marketing opportunities.
• French Caracals near night air-to-air refuelling certification
• Boeing to compete with MDH in light attack market
• Turkish Army set to receive first T-129s
As operations draw to a close in Afghanistan, European armed forces are reassessing their procurement strategies. Defence Helicopter takes a close look at some of the busiest military rotorcraft operators in the region and their modernisation plans.
The Dutch Defence Helicopter Command prides itself on the calibre of its personnel. Defence Helicopter explores the various training efforts that are ensuring this remains the case.
In-service technology currently used to deal with brownout and similar flight conditions is regarded by industry as only a partial solution to the problem.
Seeing is believing
EO/IR systems continue to evolve, allowing many new capabilities to be introduced on helicopter operations. Defence Helicopter examines the potential of the technology and considers where the market is headed.
Taking it to the limit
Militaries often look to the upgrade market to cost-effectively boost capability, rather than acquire new types. Defence Helicopter finds out what methods are being employed to help increase the range and endurance of frontline rotorcraft.
The skies above future theatres of conflict are set to look significantly different should current US rotorcraft modernisation plans come to fruition. Defence Helicopter examines the engines that could potentially power these next-generation aircraft.
The UH-60 Arpía gunships of the Colombian Air Force have undergone a number of upgrades over the years, and become a valuable asset in the country’s ongoing internal conflicts. Defence Helicopter relates the history of the programme and outlines current modernisation work.
Major Martin ’t Jong, head of the training element of 299 Squadron, Dutch Helicopter Command, talks to Defence Helicopter about how the Helicopter Weapons Instructor Course has evolved and the possibilities for future international cooperation.
Defence Helicopter is part of the rotary division in Shephard's internationally renowned publishing portfolio.
DH has circulation of over 9,000 and each printed copy has a 5 times pass on readership. (Adestra Readership Survey 2010).
Circulation has been further enhanced with the launch of our new free digital editions service.
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