Air International 2014-02
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MRH90 A40-002 being loaded onboard an An-124 transporter for delivery to Australia.
Проектное изображение Ми-6М
The Mi-6M Hook was the predecessor of the bigger Mi-26 Halo.
The Mi-26T can carry the VSU-15 bucket under-slung below the fuselage for the firefighting role.
Chinese Mi-26TC B-7802 scoops water from a lake during firefighting duties. The aircraft is operated by China Flying Dragon Aviation.
Mi-26 RF-95572 of the Russian Air Force.
A rotor head is lifted into position above a Mi-26 on the production line at Rostov-on-Don.
A Mi-26TP fitted with internal tanks can carry up to 15,000 litres of fire retardant, and dispense the load from one of two vents.
The pod of the L370 self-defensive system used on the Mi-26M/ME.
A Russian-registered Mi-26T lifts the frame of a cathedral dome into place in 2001.
This photo shows the fuselage construction of the Mi-26.
Mi-26T RA-06291 operated by the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations carries a catamaran under-slung from four ropes. The aircraft was operating in Switzerland.
Chinese firefighters board a Mi-26TC.
A Mi-26T2 fitted with a searchlight.
The Mi-26T2 features a glass cockpit with five large multi-function displays.
Макет Ми-26
A mock-up of a Mi-26 helicopter at the Rostov-on-Don production facility.
ALE-40 dispensers seen on a USAF A-10A.
ALE-47 dispensers on an AV-8B Harrier II at the base of the tail-fin. Up to 120 cartridges can be loaded in four modules.
An AAQ-24 on a Royal Danish Air Force AW101.
An airman replaces chaff and flares on an F-15C Eagle.
A 482nd Fighter Wing F-16C Fighting Falcon loaded with an ALQ-131 jamming pod.
‘lerakas’ exercises involving dissimilar air combat training practice constantly take place. In this picture with Block 52+ F-16Cs assigned to 337 Squadron based at Larissa air base
The nar­row slot used on the F-117 Nighthawk to diffuse heat.
From right to left, MRH90 A40-004 is unloaded from a Royal Australian Air Force C-17A Globemaster III at Brisbane Airport, Australia.
MRH90 A40-002 on December 18, 2007 following acceptance of the first two aircraft at the Australian Aerospace facility in Brisbane by the Australian Defence Materiel Organisation.
The Royal Australian Navy conducted the world’s first maritime trials of the MRH90 off HMAS Manoora testing the aircraft's capabilities at sea through takeoffs, landings, munitions transfers and carriage of loads.
MRH90 A40-008 conducts engine run up ops on the flight-deck of HMAS Manoora ready to begin the first-of-class flight trials.
An MRH90 from No.808 Naval Air Squadron conducts winching operations from the flight deck of HMAS Tobruk, during the type’s operational test and evaluation.
MRH90 A40-002 being loaded onboard an An-124 transporter for delivery to Australia.
MRH90 A40-004 in the flight-test facility at Eurocopter’s Marignane facility in France.
An MRH90 conducts winching operations for a personnel transfer with a sea boat as part of the type’s operational test and evaluation during HMAS Tobruk's 2012 south west Pacific deployment.
Australia’s first MRH90 on a test flight from Marignane, France on March 28, 2007.
MRH90 A40-008 takes off from the flight deck of HMAS Manoora.
An MRH90 fuselage on the Australian Aerospace production line in Brisbane.
An MRH90 simulator cockpit.
Five new Sikorsky S-70i Black Hawk Internationals manufactured in Poland by subsidiary PZL Mielec were accepted into service with Colombian Army Aviation during a ceremony in Tolemaida on February 11, 2013. Two more were contracted by Colombia in April for delivery in October and further orders are expected.
The HIRSS exhaust on the UH-60 Black Hawk
An airman cleans an ALQ-144 countermeasures set on an HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopter.
The ‘Black Hole’ exhaust design on a US Army AH-64 Apache.
ALR-69 antennas mounted in the belly of a C-130H to give 360° coverage.
The computer-processor of the AAR-47, seen inside a C-130.
The operator’s panel for the AAR-47 system inside a C-130.
The interface for the ALR-69 system, including display scope and push-buttons, aboard a C-130H.
ALE-47 operator’s control panel in a C-130.
ALE-47 operator’s control panel in a C-130.
Hungary's 86th Tactical Helicopter Wing currently operates around seven Mi-17s obtained in the late 1980s.
APR-39 AS-3548A antenna located on the port forward nose section of an MH-47G.
AVR-2A laser detecting set on an MH-47E.
Two 30-round M-130 CMDS (countermeasure dispensing system) on the port side of an MH-47G.
HAF student pilots fly the MB339CD at Lecce for their LIFT pilot course.
HAF instructors and students at Lecce air base.
AVR-2A laser detecting set on an MV-22B Osprey.
An AAQ-24 on a US Air Force CV-22B Osprey.
The HAF has a fleet of 30 T-2E Buckeyes based at Kalamata air base and is the last air arm in the world still flying the type.
HAF T-2E Buckeyes are all painted in a distinctive South East Asia colour scheme.
The HAF is the only European operator of the T-6A Texan back. Two squadrons share a fleet of 45 aircraft at Kalamata air base.
Two HAF T-6A Texans on a formation sortie flown as part of the student’s basic phase of flying train­ing.
A photo taken from the aft cockpit of a T-6A Texan show­ing the lead aircraft in a right hand bank.
A computer-generated image of the next generation Mi-46.
Three Avengers are now being used for testing, with a fourth due to fly in 2014.
The Avenger is designed for medium-to-high altitude operations carrying a range of weapons and sensors.