(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.
Turkey finally signs Black Hawk contract
MD Helicopters unveils MD 530G armed scout
Industry readies for Malaysian attack helicopter requirement n Lockheed JAGM completes guidance demonstration
With the retirement of Kiowa Warrior announced and the Armed Aerial Scout programme in doubt, Defence Helicopter examines the rapidly diminishing future prospects for this class of helicopter, in the US at least.
Raising the Crowsnest
The UK is finally moving ahead with plans to procure a new rotary-wing airborne surveillance and control capability as part of its wider carrier strike recapitalisation. Defence Helicopter reviews the Crowsnest programme, and details the two very different solutions being proposed.
Is the ongoing struggle against narco-terrorism and insurgency in many of Latin America’s often troubled nation states translating into contracts for helicopter OEMs? Defence Helicopter analyses the market.
Doubts remain over the in-service date of the UK Royal Navy’s Future Anti-Surface Guided Weapon, as delays on the Anglo- French ‘Heavy’ side of the project continue to impact the overall programme. Defence Helicopter provides a timely update.
Sweden boasts one of the most modern military helicopter arms in Europe. Defence Helicopter gives an overview of its recent operational procurement and activity.
Manila pushes the envelope
The Philippines has recently announced an ambitious modernisation programme for its armed forces. Against this background, Defence Helicopter looks at the past and future role of helicopters in the country’s defence.
Dan Bailey, the US Army’s Joint Multi-Role/ Future Vertical Lift programme director, speaks to Defence Helicopter about the challenges ahead for the project.
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).
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