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All at sea: MRH-90 takes to the waves

Pictured aboard HMAS Choules earlier in April is this Australian Army Aviation Corps MRH-90  helicopter with, the picture caption reads, “lashings fitted and engines still running on the flight deck off the coast of Sydney, NSW”. Australia has 15 of the NH Industries-built transport helicopters in its inventory with a further 31 on order according […]

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All at sea: MRH-90 takes to the waves

Pictured aboard HMAS Choules earlier in April is this Australian Army Aviation Corps MRH-90  helicopter with, the picture caption reads, “lashings fitted and engines still running on the flight deck off the coast of Sydney, NSW”. Australia has 15 of the NH Industries-built transport helicopters in its inventory with a further 31 on order according […]

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All at sea: MRH-90 takes to the waves

Pictured aboard HMAS Choules earlier in April is this Australian Army Aviation Corps MRH-90  helicopter with, the picture caption reads, “lashings fitted and engines still running on the flight deck off the coast of Sydney, NSW”. Australia has 15 of the NH Industries-built transport helicopters in its inventory with a further 31 on order according […]

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Eurocopter in NH90 acronym hell – shock

Forgive us – but when confronted with a press release jam-packed with acronyms (TTH, DGA, NAHEMA, ALAT etc) the will to live is quickly eroded. Nonetheless, we present to you the first NH Industries NH90 Tactical Troop Transport in final operational configuration for the French armed forces. And yes, that’s a TTH in FOC to you. Credit: Eurocopter

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Australia says two candidates remain for Seahawk replacement

The Lockheed Martin/Sikorsky MH-60R and NH Industries NH90 remain as potential replacements for the Royal Australian Navy‘s Sikorsky S-70B-2 Seahawks and cancelled Kaman Aerospace SH-2G(A) Super Seasprites, the nation’s Department of Defence says. Read more…(Australian Department of Defence)

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