ROYAL AUSTRALIAN NAVY 725SQDN INTRODUCED THE MH-60R HELICOPTER INTO SERVICE AT NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORID
CALLED 'ROMEOS' THEY'VE BEEN ACCEPTED INTO RAN SERVICE
EUROCOPTER RE - BRANDS AS 'AIRBUS HELICOPTERS.'
GLOBE'S BIGGEST MAKER OF HELICOPTERS, EUROPCOPTER, HAS BEEN
RE - NAMED AIRBUS HELICOPTERS AS PART OF PARENT COMPANY EADS's
REBRANDING AND CONSOLIDATION OF ENTERPRISES UNDER NEW 'AIRBUS
ROBINSON GETS GLASS COCKPIT HELICOPTERS
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HELICOPTER GUNSHIPS TROOPER TRANSPORTS HEAVY - LIFT
CHOPPERS SUIT SEARCH AND RESCUE
TO IMPRESS YOUR FRIENDS, FAMILY, SPECIAL GUESTS,VIPs
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BRIGHT FUTURE FOR AMERICAN HELICOPTER INDUSTRY
EUROCOPTER'S EC225 CONTINUES TO BE IN STRONG DEMAND
A WA-BASED HNZ AW109 GRANDVIEW.Hnz
THE UPGRADED BELL 412EPI.Bell
AS FOR THE NEXT GENERATION, EUROPCOPTER'S X3 POINTS TO THE
FUTURE POTENTIAL IN THE HELICOPTER INDUSTRY.
EUROPCOPTER'S X3 CONCEPT AIRCRAFT.Eurocopter
HELICOPTER MODEL DESIGNS
Here is a little tribute to helicopters. You will find bellow, helicopter pictures from helicopter manufacturers showing their latest models in trade shows. BELL, R9OBINSON, EUROCOPTER, MCDONALD DOUGLAS, SCHWEIZER, ROTORWAY, SIKORSKY, AUGUSTA WESTLAND are the major helicopter manufacturers and we had the opportunity to photograph their models at trade shows around the world. Here are a sample of these helicopter pictures. Enjoy.
You will also find a nice definition and description of helicopters at this wikipedia page.
Helicopters are important means to transport goods, services
They have ability(characteristics) of moving people, animals,
prifitable assets, premium price resources, from one place
COAST GUARD HELICOPTERS
Department Of Coast Guard. Description of Coast Guard Helicopters.
This has been Researched Research Coast Guard Helicopters.
Role among Great Many Roles There Responsibilities that may be entrusted to a coast guard helicopter service are:
search and rescue,
enforcement of maritime law,
safety of vessels,
maintenance of seamarks and
During WARTIME, some COAST GUARD organizations might have responsibilities in HARBOUR DEFENSE, PORT SECURITY, NAVAL COUNTER-INTELLIGENCE and COASTAL patrols.
The coast guard may, varying by jurisdiction, be part of the country's MILITARY, a law enforcement agency, or a SEARCH AND RESCUE body. For example, the U.S. Coast Guard is a MILITARY BRANCH with a law enforcement capacity, whereas the United Kingdom's HER MAJESTY'S COASTGUARD is a civilian organisation whose ONLY ROLE is SEARCH and RESCUE. Most coast guards operate ships and aircraft including helicopters and seaplanes that are either owned or leased by the agency in order to fulfill their respective roles.
Some COAST GUARDS coast guards, such as the Irish Coast Guard have only a very limited law enforcement role, usually in enforcing maritime safety law, such as by inspecting ships docked in their jurisdiction. In cases where the coast guard is primarily concerned with coordinating rather than executing rescue operations, lifeboats are often provided by civilian voluntary organizations, such as the Royal National Lifeboat Institution in the United Kingdom, whilst aircraft may be provided by the countries' armed forces, such as Sea Kings operated by the RAF and Royal Navy in addition to any of the coast guard's own assets.
Eurocopter offers the broadest and most comprehensive range of civil TURBINE HELICOPTERS available, from the five-seat EC120 LIGHT SINGLE to the 19-seat EC225 HEAVY TWIN Eurocopter's extensive investment in R&D has created the most technologically-advanced family of helicopters, maximizing safety and EASE-OF-OPERATION, with the result that Eurocopter is today the undisputed manufacturer of civil turbine helicopters.
Eurocopters range includes the spacious EC120, one of the worlds QUIETEST HELICOPTERS, and the best-selling six-seat AS350 A-Star TURBINE SINGLES. The AS350 B-2 offers excellent VALUE FOR MONEY while the high-performance AS350 B3 now featuring dual FADEC and DUAL HYDRAULICS is known around the world as THE HELICOPTER THAT CONQUERED MOUNT EVEREST.
LIGHT TWIN offerings include the VERSATILE FADEC-equipped six-seat AS355 NP and the Fenestron-equipped EC135, the worlds BEST SELLING LIGHT TWIN light twin, which is offered with a CHOICE of ENGINES Many of the EC135s advantages, including its spacious FLAT FLOOR CABIN, rear CLAM-SHELL door and ERGONOMIC GLASS COCKPIT, are also shared with the larger EC145, which has been selected by the U.S. Army as its UH-72 LAKOTA LIGHT UTILITY Helicopter.
The primary reason for ABCDE's existence is to provide a GLOBAL MEETING PLACE for EXCHANGE of INFORMATION and IDEAS on the BLOSSOMING RECREATIONAL HELICOPTER HOBBY.
It has been said many times that you can either learn it the EASY WAY or the HARD WAY. In the case of aviation, often mistakes are lethal and one does not receive a second chance. With the aid of this wonderful World Wide Web, WE ALL CAN LEARN FROM EACH OTHER, if we take the time to share our experiences with one and other.
I personally own and built a CH-7 Angel in the summer of 1994 and wanted to contact other Angel owners. However, I realized, perhaps it would be much more interesting for all if I made a WORLD WIDE WEB site that includes all RECREATIONAL helicopters, not just MY MODEL
Individuals are invited to post helicopter related item. Just fax, eMail or mail your TASTEFUL TEXT and/or PHOTOS to me via one of the methods described below.
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Search and rescue (SAR) is the search for and provision of aid to people who are in distress or imminent danger.
The general field of search and rescue includes many specialty sub-fields, typically determined by the type of terrain the search is conducted over. These include MOUNTAIN rescue; GROUND search and rescue, including the use of search and rescue DOGS; URBAN search and rescue IN CITIES; COMBAT search and rescue ON the BATTLEFIELD and AIR - SEA rescue OVER WATER.
These are flown by the various Armies of the World.
Used in support of civilian-based humanitarian-based communities.
Take-off/and land in up, and down way.
Uniqueness is plane takes
off vertically. Lands vertically.
Straight up. Then straight down. Operation.
Carry BLANKETS, EMERGENCY FOODS AND DRINK and MEDICINES.
Military helicopters play an integral part in the sea, land and air operations of modern militaries. Generally manufacturers will develop AIRFRAMES in different WEIGHT/ SIZE categories which can be adapted to different ROLES through the installation of MISSION SWPECIFIC equipment. To minimise development costs the basic AIRFRAMES can be STRETCHED and SHORTENED, be UPDATED with NEW ENGINES and ELECTRONICS and have the entire mechanical and flight systems MATED to new fuselages to create new aircraft. For example, the UH-1 has given rise to a number of derivatives through STRETCHING and RE-ENGINING, including the ATTACK H-1.
Modern helicopters have introduced MODULAR systems which allow the same airframe to be CONFIGURED for different roles, for example the EH-101 in ROYAL NAVY service can be rapidly configured for ANTI-SUBMARINE-WARFARE or transport missions in hours. To at the same time retain FLEXIBILITY and LIMIT COSTS, it is possible to fit an airframe for but not with a system, for example in the US Army's APACHE-H-64D VARIANTS are all fitted to be able to take the LONGBOW RADAR system, but not enough sets have been brought to equip the whole force. The systems can be fitted to only those AIRFRAMES that need it, or when finances allow the purchase of enough units.
NAVY MODEL HELICOPTERS
Types of squadrons Navy aircraft are classified by Type (rotary wing, fixed wing), Model (e.g. SH-60), and Series (e.g., SH-60B versus SH-60 F).
Squadrons can be categorized in a number of ways: Active versus Navy Reserve, land-based versus sea-based, fixed wing versus rotary wing (helicopter) vs Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), and by mission. Unlike the USAF, US Army, and USMC, the US Navy does not typically refer to other organizations (such as maintenance or medical units) as squadrons. An exception to this is that US Navy destroyers and submarines are administratively grouped by squadrons.
Active squadrons are those in the regular US Navy. Reserve squadrons are in the US Navy Reserve and are manned by a combination of full-time and part-time reservists. For the most part, there is no way to know by the squadron's name alone whether it is an active or reserve squadron. There are Reserve elements of many Active squadrons, and active duty personnel serving in many Reserve squadrons. In general, reserve squadrons share the same missions as their active counterparts, although there are Reserve missions (e.g., Adversary and Fleet Logistics Support) that have no Active counterpart.
At any one time, the US Navy has approximately 600 aircraft that are associated with particular ships. There are also several thousand additional Navy aircraft that are capable of shipboard operations, but are not associated with a ship. The Navy also has several hundred Land-Based aircraft that are not capable of SHIPBOARD operations.
Squadrons are listed here by type (FIXED/ ROTARY WING) and by MISSION.
US AIR FORCE MODEL HELICOPTERS
The road to become a USAF helicopter pilot begins at Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT). Here, newly commissioned US Air Force officers complete Phase I (ground school academics and preflight training) and Phase II (flight training in the T-6 Texan II). Then for Phase III, student pilots go on to train in the TH-67 helicopter at Fort Rucker.
Following successful completion of the Fort Rucker helicopter syllabus, US Air Force student pilots earn their silver pilot wings.
With the retirement of the MH-53 Pavelow rescue helicopter, the USAF is slowly weeding out the rotary wing aircraft from its fleet - even while not yet addressing the void in rescue aircraft capabilities. Although a lot of time, money, and blood was invested in developing and fielding the CV-22 tilt-rotor Osprey, it hardly replaces the lift capability of the MH-53. CONGRESS continues to flirt with the development of the CSAR-X NEXT GENERATION combat search and rescue helicopter - but in the meantime, there is a definite gap in capability.
In an interview, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz said that "a successor model" of the HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopter will be the CSAR platform for the foreseeable future. He added, it's "a pretty good airplane; it's not a perfect rescue airplane; but it can operate at altitude; it's a resilient airframe; it's proven." Schwartz said that recapitalizing the HH-60 with "a modern generation descendant" will meet about "80 percent of the CSAR-X requirement. The HH-60 cannot and will not replace the now-retired MH-53.
U.S.M.C HELICOPTER TYPES
Created on 10 Nov, 1775 by an act of the Continental Congress, the first Marines were recruited in Tun Tavern, Philadelphia, PA. The rest is history. The worlds finest fighting force started operating helicopters in 1947. Developed vertical assault and vertical envelopment techniques. Continue to expand maneuver warfare capabilities with introduction of MV-22 Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft.
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