• 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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OEM refutes Afghan MD 530F criticisms
South Korean Apache deliveries imminent
Sikorsky reveals details on Raider progress
Egypt selects the Ka-52
Dutch forces have been instrumental in helping the UN’s stabilisation mission in Mali. Erwan de Cherisey provides an overview of its helicopter detachment that, among other missions, has provided an essential medevac capability.
The Royal Canadian Air Force has been embracing more advanced simulation capabilities as part of its overall helicopter training efforts. Scott R Gourley visited the service’s CH-147F training facility in Ontario to find out more.
Successful fusion of multiple active and passive sensors in effective and affordable packages is one aim of the night vision community. Peter Donaldson looks at industry’s progress in achieving new levels of situational awareness for pilots.
Ring out the old
Some 62 Bell UH-1Ns, which have been in US service since the early 1970s, are finally set to retire. Jim Dorschner outlines where these machines are currently stationed, the missions being undertaken and what the contenders might be to take their place.
Although Brazil has ambitious military helicopter acquisition and upgrade plans, recent financial setbacks have added doubt on their future. Iñigo Guevara canvasses some of these programmes and considers which are likely to be completed, cut or delayed.
Russia has embarked on an ambitious recapitalisation and growth plan for its army aviation branch, while reforming its organisational structure. Alexander Mladenov examines recent frontline developments.
Capt Adrian Orchard, commanding officer of Royal Naval Air Station Culdrose, talks to Patrick Allen about the multirole capabilities of the base’s helicopter fleet.
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