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August 1, 2011
Performance, stability and control. These are the main ingredients in the recipe for the most suitable aircraft for your mission (cost notwithstanding). Blending the proper amounts of each gets your mission accomplished safely, efficiently, reliably and happily. Messing up that recipe leaves you as frustrated as a chef with a deflated soufflé. The military usually has the luxury to design an...
July 29, 2011
EADS division Cassidian has won a contract from Korean Aircraft Industries (KAI) to provide its AN/AAR-60...
July 25, 2011
In response to an FAA-mandated Airworthiness Directive issued in June for Robinson helicopters, Airwolf Aerospace of Middlefield, Ohio has...
July 20, 2011
Lockheed Martin has completed the first airborne, maritime/fixed station Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) for the U.S. Army’s...
July 7, 2011
Vista, Calif.-based Sandel Avionics has obtained an FAA supplemental type certificate (STC) for its ST3400H HeliTAWS wire and...
July 1, 2011
Lockheed Martin has completed testing of its joint air-to-ground missile (JAGM) again moving sea targets in the Gulf of Mexico near Eglin AFB in Florida. The tests highlighted the abilities of the missile’s tri-mode seeker, which was mounted in the nose section of a modified Sabreliner 60 and used against multiple targets, including a Revenge Advanced Composites (RAC) patrol ship. While the trials...
July 1, 2011
Metro Aviation has installed the first Cobham HeliSAS autopilot system in a Eurocopter AS350B2. The helicopter provides air medical service for...
June 30, 2011
United Rotorcraft Solutions has obtained a supplemental type certificate (STC) for Aspen...
June 17, 2011
Whippany, N.J.-based Breeze-Eastern’s rescue hoist flight line safety and maintenance training has received...
June 17, 2011
The National Civil Aviation Agency of Brazil (ANAC) has approved DART Helicopter Services door...
June 16, 2011
FAA has issued a supplemental type certificate (STC) for Aviation Specialties Unlimited’s night vision modifications on...
June 15, 2011
Northrop Grumman has demonstrated a new self-protection system processor for military aircraft at its facility for the U.S. Navy’s Naval...
June 9, 2011
Lockheed Martin has completed testing of its joint air-to-ground missile (JAGM) again moving sea targets in the Gulf of Mexico near Eglin AFB in Florida. The tests highlighted the abilities of the missile’s tri-mode seeker, which was mounted in the nose section of a modified Sabreliner 60 and used against multiple targets, including a Revenge Advanced Composites (RAC) patrol ship. While the trials...
June 9, 2011
Lockheed Martin has completed testing of its joint air-to-ground missile (JAGM) again moving sea targets in the Gulf of Mexico near Eglin AFB in Florida...
June 8, 2011
Boise, Idaho-based Aviation Specialties Unlimited (ASU) has developed a training course for NVG firefighting in response to outbreak of wildfires...
June 2, 2011
UK-based Cobham’s HeliSAS autopilot and stability augmentation system has received an FAA supplemental...
June 1, 2011
ARH-129D is the latest attack variant of the AW129 Mangusta. AgustaWestland AgustaWestland has now completed development and testing of upgraded weapons and target acquisition systems for the ARH-129D aerial reconnaissance helicopter, the latest version of the attack-variant AW129 Mangusta. The company has also completed the first flight of the T129, an upgraded AW129 being modified to meet the needs of...
June 1, 2011
Bell AH-1Z.  Bell/Kalee Appleton    The U.S. Marine Corps will deploy its first operational squadron equipped with a mix of UH-1Ys and AH-1Zs this November, bringing together the results of its H-1 upgrade program started in 1996. This will be the first opportunity for the two helicopters to deploy together with a Marine Expeditionary Unit. The value of the combination of the new upgraded...
June 1, 2011
Boeing’s AH-64 Block III features 26 performance-enhancing upgrades.  Boeing Boeing is on track to deliver the first AH-64 Block III Apache to the U.S. Army this coming October, with the first “half dozen or so” designated for initial testing and training, according to Scott Rudy, manager of the Apache Block III program. Delivery of the first Block III aircraft to Army units will...
June 1, 2011
The problem with second-guessing special operations actions is that you don’t actually find out what really happened until much later. But why should those involved tell the world about their tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) when they might have to use them again in a similar scenario in the near future? With little information officially given to date about the U.S. Naval Special Warfare...
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