The AHS staff is working hard to expand our online presence with our new AHS website and expanded Web 2.0 offerings, such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, RSS feeds and a wiki. Join us wherever you are online!
Facebook: We’ve had a presence on Facebook since 2009. The American Helicopter Society History Committee fan page features daily posts of “This Day in HeloHistory,” while the American Helicopter Society (AHS) International fan page highlights the latest news and announcements across the industry.
LinkedIn: Over 120 million professionals use LinkedIn to exchange information, ideas and opportunities. Are you LinkedIn? If so, join the American Helicopter Society (AHS) International group to get updates on the latest Society news, connect with other AHS members, and network.
Twitter: Are you a Twitter junkie? Don’t want to wait another second for the latest information? Both of our Facebook pages and LinkedIn are linked to Twitter feeds. Choose what kind of tweets you’d like to receive by following @HeloHistory, @HeloNews and/or @HeloSociety!
RSS: Aren’t allowed to check social media at work or just don’t belong to any of the above? Don’t worry! Just click on the RSS button under News to subscribe to our RSS feed.
YouTube: We’ve got some great historical and AHS-related videos on our YouTube channel, and plan to expand this area in the future. Our channel is HeloSociety.
Wiki: The AHS History Committee has started the VTOL Bios Wiki as a “Who’s Who” of the rotorcraft industry, from vertical flight pioneers, to AHS award winners and other prominent leaders. We’ve got over 100 biographies already started, but, as with any wiki, the content is provided by volunteers! If you’d like to contribute, go to http://www.vtol-bios.org to request an account.
Google Plus: Do you use Google Plus? If so, you can now +1 our posts and check out our great photo selection. The more followers we have the more actively we'll post! Add American Helicopter Society (AHS) International to your Circles today!
Mobile site: On the go and need fast access to the AHS website? Do you use your smartphone for access to social media? Scan this QR (Quick Response) code from your smartphone or go to m.vtol.org for the mobile version of the AHS website. We’ll be providing extra content through QR codes in the future. Look for them in forthcoming issues of Vertiflite.