A Cougar Helicopters Sikorsky S-92, specially equipped for search-and-rescue operations, takes off from St. John’s International Airport in Newfoundland. Mike Reyno Photo
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Who’s in Control?

From June, Columbia will have nine Columbia Vertol 107-II aircraft and a Columbia 234 Chinook in the country. Thomas Larkin Photo
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The Quiet Revolution: Columbia Helicopters

A Sikorsky S-300 gets ready for takeoff at the University of North Dakota (UND) in Grand Forks.
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Degrees of Flight: University of North Dakota

“Bristow has a long history of providing SAR capabilities around the world, with more than 65,000 SAR hours flown,” said Bristow Americas regional director Samantha Willenbacher.

Bristow launches SAR consortium

Located on the “Ring of Fire,” Chile has more than 30 active volcanoes. Platinum regularly ferries volcanologists to the peaks to study and measure them. Anthony Pecchi Photo
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High on Adventure: Platinum Helicopteros

A PJ Helicopters Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk prepares to collect water during a firefighting operation. The company is one of several to take advantage of the recent availability of Black Hawks in the civilian marketplace.
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The Black Hawk’s New Life

concerning certification of inlet barrier filters

IBF Debate Continues

Bell UH-1H Huey
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Innovation as Standard

Mechanic works on Sikorsky CH-54
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Meeting the Mechanic Crunch

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Leading the Charge