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“Helicopters in Action” is a special edition of Vertical dedicated exclusively to helicopter photography. At 128 pages, this deluxe, limited-edition magazine features more than 100 spectacular photos from the Vertical archives.
Vertical magazine has completely redesigned and updated North America's Civil Helicopter Fleet poster. This 24 x 36 inch high quality poster includes 66 helicopter models beautifully illustrated by renowned aviation artist Ugo Crisponi, with each model featuring the distinctive livery of a North American civil helicopter operator.
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At 144 pages, the June-July issue of Vertical is one of our biggest! We have a ton of features in this issue, beginning with contributing editor Dan Megna’s cover story on H5 Productions, an innovative new aerial cinematography company in Arizona (p.54). It’s one of two stories by Dan in this issue: in his other piece, he reports on Erickson Air-Crane and Aris Helicopters’ work in salvaging the sailboat Low Speed Chase (p.38). You can also see Dan’s photography in contributing editor Jason Colquhoun’s first-person report on what it takes to become an ag pilot (p.74). As Jason reports, while aerial application is a difficult and exclusive career path, it’s also a tremendously rewarding one.
In September and October 2010, editor-in-chief Elan Head and
contributing editor Graham Lavery visited Afghanistan to report on the
progress of Canada's Joint Task Force-Afghanistan Air Wing. This special
supplement is the most comprehensive overview to
date of the Air Wing's operations, with in-depth reports on the CH-146
Griffon, the CH-147 Chinook, and a full-scale deliberate operation that
embodied the entire premise for the Air Wing's creation.