(Dubai Airshow, MILCOM)
• Defensive aids suites
• Composites and structures
• Middle East market
(Defexpo, Singapore Air Show, AUSA Winter)
• Indian helicopter procurement
• Asia-Pacific focus
(FIDAE, Defence Services Asia, Quad A, SOFEX)
• Latin America
• Scout/light attack helicopters
• Naval mission systems
• Missiles and rockets
(ILA Berlin, Eurosatory)
• Night vision systems
• Future heavy lift
(Farnborough Air Show)
• European focus
(African Aerospace & Defence Exposition, AUSA Annual)
• Poland country focus
• Helicopter upgrades
• Future of VTOL
• Ground support
(Indo Aerospace Expo & Forum)
• Indonesia country focus
• Sensor payloads
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.
Echo Apaches performing beyond expectations
Poland moves ahead with helicopter purchase
Netherlands suspends acceptance of further NH90 NFHs
The East-West divide
The demand for new and upgraded helicopters from European militaries varies greatly across the continent. Matthew Smith learns which countries are leading the way in procurement and improvement programmes.
Ready or not?
With a tender still to be released for Hungary’s military helicopter fleet replacement plans, questions remain over which platforms are likely to be procured, and the time frame involved. Jim Dorschner looks at the possible contenders.
Wildcat sharpens its claws
The RN will next year introduce the Wildcat HMA2 on the front line. Richard Scott visited 700W Naval Air Squadron to discover what tactical development has revealed about the aircraft’s potential.
Could the concept of an optionally piloted helicopter that provides its passengers with a mission-specific interface become reality? Peter Donaldson finds out.
Smoother, better, faster, stronger
Rotor blade development activity plays a vital part in the overall evolution of a helicopter’s capabilities. Jonathan Tringham examines industry’s current work.
Quest for power
A number of next-generation engines are currently in development that promise significant reduction in specific fuel consumption levels and maintenance costs. Peter Donaldson examines some of these programmes.
With the US Army’s restructuring plans for its rotary-wing component now fully laid out in public, the battle lines have been drawn and will likely result in some severe political ruptures yet, finds Tony Skinner.
Dominique Maudet, EVP global business and services at Airbus Helicopters, talks to Tony Skinner about the future prospects for the company’s military product line.
Defence Helicopter is part of the rotary division in Shephard's internationally renowned publishing portfolio.
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