Daan van den Berg

Daan van den Berg

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AH 64 Apache doing a flip, which is no easy task for a helicopter. When they are flying normally the blades bend skyward, well upside the blades are still facing skyward. So it just chops its own rear end off and spins out.

Apache The Boeing Apache is a four-blade, twin-engine attack helicopter with a tailwheel-type landing gear arrangement, and a tandem cockpit for a two-man crew. It features a nose-mounted.

I can hear the choppers sounding through the city. Their blades cut through the air with a beat that matches my heart. But even as I run, all I can think about is the thermal cameras that will catch me even if I hide. I am going to have to make a break for the river, and tough it out Farinhieght 451 style. You better not fail me now Guy.

I can hear the choppers sounding through the city. Their blades cut through the air with a beat that matches my heart. But even as I run, all I can think about is the thermal cameras that will catch me even if I hide.

MH-53 Pave Low. Helicopters are versatile and used widely in the aviation world. Find military helicopters, private helicopters and more here. #helicopters #aviation

-- Pave Low IIIE from the Special Operations Squadron, Special Operations Wing, Hurlburt Field, Fla., expends flares over the Atlantic Ocean to demonstrate its defensive capabilities. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt.

Airbus #Helicopters Launches #H160 Medium Twin | Flying Magazine

Airbus Helicopters used the stage at the Paris Air Show to announce a two-year development phase for a new model code-named the that would emerge as a modern-day replacement for the Super Puma.

ARMY PLANS THE WAR HELICOPTERS OF TOMORROW-JOINT STRIKE ROTOR By Kelsey D. Atherton 3/6/15 Army Concept For Future Helicopter

The future of military vertical lift aviation. This will be the future of military vertical lift aviation that will enable war fighters to accomplish missions not possible today.

Kamov Ka-50 sending a message

Border Patrol agents were fired upon by Mexican military helicopters that traveled across the border early Thursday morning, reports News 4 Tucson. According to Art del Cueto, Border Patrol Tucson .