Next-Generation Military Helicopters: The Blueprint
As far as rotary-wing aircraft go, there are few assets more desirable to almost any military in the modern world. Owing to their ability to carry out a vast range of missions and the rapidity at which they can be deployed for land, sea or air use, helicopters are key to any serious defence budget, be it purchasing new platforms or modernising existing ones. Of course, this range of capabilities also means that today’s aircraft are technologically complex, resulting in difficult decisions for programme managers and increasingly complicated processes for maintenance and upgrades.
Here, we explore the key operational aspects of the 21st century military helicopter – a ‘blueprint’, if you will, of the topics and considerations driving the 2016 Military Helicopter conference (Jan 18-20, London, UK)…
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