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Military Helicopters

External attack ruled out in German Tiger crash

Tiger helicopter crash investigationGerman officials investigating the fatal crash of a military Airbus Tiger helicopter in Mali ruled out external attack or weather factors and said they were focussed on an aberration in the aircraft’s control systems.
   

Tiger crash in Mali explained

German Tiger helicopter crash explainedThe crash of a German military Airbus Tiger helicopter in Mali last July was caused by incorrect settings on the autopilot, Germany’s Spiegel Online reported.

   

Medium and heavy military helicopter market seen stabilising

An H225M.Over the next 15 years, from 2018 to 2032, the medium/heavy military sector will be the largest segment of the world rotorcraft market in terms of monetary value, and second only to the light civil rotorcraft segment in terms of unit production, according to a new study.

   

Rooivalks returning from the DRC

Two Rooivalks in the DRC.The South African Air Force will soon be bringing home its Rooivalk attack helicopters from the peacekeeping mission in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) at the United Nations’ request.

   

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Company News


  • BRONCO II launched for USA
    by Paramount Group, 10 May 2018

    The BRONCO II's internal Interchangeable Multi-Mission System Bay allows a single airframe to be rapidly reconfigured to perform multiple roles.

  • AHRLAC/Mwari enters production and preparing first deliveries
    by Paramount Group, 8 May 2018

    The Ahrlac and its armed variant, the Mwari, are being developed and produced at Wonderboom Airport by Ahrlac Holdings, co-owned by Paramount Group.

  • defenceWeb launches new drone portal
    by defenceWeb, 7 May 2018

    The unmanned aerial vehicle portal will focus exclusively on military and commercial unmanned aviation, regulations and technology.