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UK mothballs 16 Apaches, the remaining 50 are likely to be...

The UK has mothballed a quarter of its AgustaWestland-Boeing WAH-64 Apache Longbow AH.1 helicopters following the end of combat operations in Afghanistan. According to IHS Jane's, 16 of the Army's 66 Apaches were placed into storage, leaving a force of 50 helicopters. These helicopters are likely to provide replacement parts, maintaining the operational fleet until the next upgrading of the British Apache fleet.

India’s Planned Mountain Strike Corps to Cost $13 Billion

The Indian cabinet committee on security (CCS) gave its approval for raising a mountain strike corps along the China border. This would be India's...

Russia’s Defense Ministry plans to start procuring Ka-52 Alligator helicopters for...

Russia's Defense Ministry plans to start procuring Ka-52 Alligator helicopters for the Russian Naval Air Arm. The new helicopters could be deployed on the...

Armed Scout 645 – EADS Addresses the U.S. Army new Helicopter...

EADS North America is positioning a militarized version of the Eurocopter EC145 to compete for the U.S. Army future armed reconnaissance helicopter, when such...

Military Helicopters & Systems at the 2007 Paris Airshow

Eurocopter's Tiger HAP - combat support helicopter operated by the French Army was one of the stars at the airshow. The new Spanish Tiger...

Defense Update Issue II 2007

New Trends in Infantry Combat Gear Defense Update surveys the latest protection and survivability gear including body armor and helmets, developed for the modern infantry, including new ergonomic bullet-proof...

Arming Attack Helicopters for Asymmetric Warfare

Start < Page 1 of 5 > European combat helicopter missions, as part of modern Army Aviation units, are rooted in the 1980s, when NATO...
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