A Bell 206B Jet Ranger from No 3 Squadron, which is based at Brunei International Airport and is responsible for all aircrew training.
Bell 212 AMDB-108 is odd-man-out in No 1 Squadron of the Air Wing, as the sole example in VIP configuration and the only one still flying in the original white finish with black trim.
Bell 212 AMDB-116, representative of numerically the most important type of helicopter in the AMDB, takes-off from No 1 Squadron's home base at Brunei International Airport.
One of the first pair of Bell 212s delivered to the Royal Brunei Defence Regiment Air Wing, AMDB-106 assumed a serial number previously used by a Westland Wessex. It is shown here in the original, pre-camouflage, finish.
Siai Marchetti SF.260W from No 3 Squadron, which is based at Brunei International Airport and is responsible for all aircrew training.
AMDB-130 is the second of the Siai Marchetti SF.260Ws purchased for use by No 3 Squadron.
Boeing 737 VR-UEC of Royal Brunei Airlines is used by the Air Wing for all long-distance transport duties.
Captain Ishak flies an MBB BO 105 (serial AMDB-126) from No 2 Squadron of the Askar Melayu Diraja Brunei over Brunei Bay.
A BO 105 of No 2 Squadron at Brunei International Airport. These helicopters have provision to carry rocket pods on each side of the fuselage.