MD Helicopters introduces first new aircraft in 15 years MD Helicopters Inc. released details yesterday of its new scout helicopter — the MD 540-F, the newest addition to MD’s fleet of single-engine turbine helicopters.
TSB investigators look for clues in fatal crash Investigators from the Transportation Safety Board will not be able to get to the scene of a fatal helicopter crash that killed a young B.C. pilot until early next week and won't have a black box recorder to help in their investigation.
This book tackles the understanding of Rotary-wing aerodynamics with contributing text on the subject of physics for safer flying in a helicopter.
While the differences between flying fixed-wing and helicopters may seem obvious at first, there are numerous helicopter-flight scenarios where taking the seemingly logical course of corrective action will only make things worse.
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RCAF's Comox 442 squadron wins top SAR award AgustaWestland has extended its congratulations to the members of Royal Canadian Air Force 442 Squadron at CFB Comox, on winning the SAR Award for Operational Rescue Excellence at the 2012 Shephard’s Search and Rescue Conference in Dublin.
Federal budget has DND in its crosshairs Written by The Canadian Press
March 30, 2012, Ottawa - Roughly one-fifth of all federal spending cuts over the next three years will come at the expense of the Defence Department, the budget tabled last week by Finance Minister Jim Flaherty indicates.
Matthews 'powerless' to change federal charity: Ornge fiasco Health Minister Deb Matthews stunned a legislative hearing probing the Ornge scandal by saying she was powerless to take action because the air ambulance service was set up as a federal charity.