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Field Aerospace has been awarded the avionics upgrade for the C-23 Sherpa aircraft (also known as the SD3-60 or Short 360) for the U.S. Forest Service. Field Aerospace will design and install an avionics upgrade modification on the service’s Sherpa aircraft. The updated aircraft will be utilized in support of wildland fire operations, passenger, and cargo missions. A Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) will be issued for the modification through Field Aerospace’s Federal Aviation Administration Organization Designation Authorization (ODA). The contract is an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) type contract with a period of performance through March 31, 2020. The company…Continue Reading
Flying and Maintaining the Airbus Lakota for Homeland Defense By Donna J. Kelly Defense is often…Continue Reading
Landing a New Helicopter Technology
By Hank Hogan All helicopters have to land. And that is when challenges can occur. Some…Continue Reading
Reselling Military Rotorcraft
When Military Helicopters are no Longer Required, They can be Sold to Foreign Governments for Further use,…Continue Reading
The CH-47 Chinook
The F model of Boeing’s legendary lifter prepares for its second act. By James Wynbrandt The…Continue Reading
Transports as Flying Aircraft Carriers
By Hank Hogan If the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, commonly known as DARPA, gets…Continue Reading
The Last C-141 – Proving Its Versaility and Endurance
By Patrick J. Walsh As the workhorse of the U.S. Air Force, Lockheed’s C-141 Starlifter proved…Continue Reading
Looking for Trouble – Keeping the U.S. Air Force and…
By James Wynbrandt Maintaining the mission capability of military aircraft is challenging in the best of…Continue Reading
Heavy Lifting Today, Heavy Lifting Tomorrow
By John Likakis Lockheed Martin, Boeing, and Airbus discuss the future of their airlifters. The U.S.…Continue Reading
Life Begins at 40!
By Thomas Withington A combination of age, delays in new combat aircraft deliveries, and the emergence…Continue Reading
Bringing Aircraft Maintenance Training into the Twenty-First Century
By Donna J. Kelly In the past, training maintenance personnel to perform the myriad tasks necessary…Continue Reading
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