Tag Archives: combat search and rescue

DEAR USMC: YOU ARE GETTING YOUR F-35B, NOW GET THE VERY MOST OUT OF IT

After my recent piece about the Navy’s new LHA “America” class of amphibious assault ship’s inadequate thermal protection built into its flight deck, I think it is time for the Marine Corps, and the “Gator Navy,” to get serious about getting the most out of … Read the rest of this entry

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PAVE HAWKS!

What can I say, I have a soft spot in my heart for the HH-60Gs. These aircraft are flown hard by some of the best helo pilots in the world. Combat Search And Rescue is an intense affair where Pave … Read the rest of this entry

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A SOLUTION FOR THE USAF’S HELICOPTER WOES

http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/usaf-to-reallocate-funds-from-axed-cvlsp-contest-370079/ Combat Search And Rescue (CSAR) is an incredibly demanding mission set. The Pavehawk was never really well suited for the job. Much of it’s interior is consumed by a massive auxiliary fuel tank and the aircraft have literally been … Read the rest of this entry

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