Here’s the new version of the famous Black Helo which crashed during the Osama Bin Laden raid. I’ve studied the details that surfaced in the last few hours and after reviewing the many feedbacks I’ve received (with suggestions, speculations, etc) Ugo Crisponi of Aviation Graphic has created another (more realistic) version of the helicopter. Thanks to all those who left comments to the yesterday’s article.
A RAF Lakenheath-based HH-60G Pave Hawk, a helicopter used for combat search and rescue, to recover downed aircrew or personnel in hostile environment at war, crashed off the north Norfolk coast. The helicopter, belonging to […]
May 13, 2009 Aviation, Aviation Safety / Air Crashes, Hacking, Information Security, non-military aviation
Eurocopter and Telit recently signed a contract according to which, Telit RF Technology will develop a wireless communication system to monitor helicopters critical systems and to improve aircraft maintenance. According to the information that have […]
Top military aviation stories of 2011: drones up and downs, stealth projects exposed and Libya’s 7-month-long war.
Update, Dec. 28 21.35 GMT A quick look at the main events and news I’ve covered on this blog during 2011 helped me to identify the topics that can be used to characterize the year […]