• Indonesia country focus
• Sensor payloads
(IDEX, Avalon, LIMA)
• Naval helicopters
• Scout/light attack helicopters
• Guided rockets
(Quad A, AUSA Winter, LAAD, Sea-Air-Space, IDEF)
• Army aviation restructure
• Turkish industry update
• Cockpit upgrades
(IMDEX, Paris Air Show)
• EO/IR systems
• Special forces operations
• Utility helicopters
(MSPO, DSEi, Modern Day Marine)
• Attack helicopters
• Self-protection systems
(AUSA Annual, ADEX, Defense & Security)
• Anti-submarine warfare
(Dubai Airshow, I/ITSEC)
• Night vision
• Medevac operations
Now well into its fourth 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.
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Austria searches for Kiowa replacement
Mexico redefines rotary-wing plans
Bell V-280 Valor assembly begins
Flight test date set for SB>1 Defiant
US Special Operations Command is in the midst of a comprehensive renewal of its rotary-wing fleet, with representatives briefing on the latest activities at the recent SOFIC event in Florida. Scott R Gourley provides an overview of the developments.
Eastern European air arms’ efforts to replace their Mi-24 fleets have gained new impetus following Moscow’s recent actions. Beth Maundrill and Tony Skinner examine the various national requirements and the aircraft types being pitched to fulfil them.
Self-protection systems must continually evolve in order to stay ahead of new threats as and when they emerge. Peter Donaldson canvasses the market.
Jonathan Tringham rounds up some recent developments in the field of helicopterlaunched air-to-ground missiles.
Can we talk?
There is a wide array of communications packages available to military rotorcraft operators, from high-end, bespoke Type 1-encrypted systems to more affordable, but less secure, options. Grant Turnbull provides an overview.
Russia’s military rotorcraft exports have significantly grown in recent years. Alexander Mladenov reviews the progress made and who the largest customers have been.
Since the 1970s, Malta has been evolving its rotary-wing fleet and recently took delivery of AW139s to further strengthen capabilities. Mauro Finati visited theArmed Forces of Malta’s Air Wing based at Luqa International Airport to learn more.
While the Czech Air Force’s rotary-wing fleet has significantly reduced in size over the years, its capabilities have become more sophisticated, as Brig Gen Jaromír Šebesta, the service’s Deputy Commander, explains to Tony Skinner.
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