Jan-Feb 2018 Vertiflite Now Online

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Featured In This Issue:Vertiflite JF18 cover

  • Letters to Vertiflite
  • Commentary: 75 Years of Advancing Vertical Flight [pdf]
  • Washington Report
  • Leadership Moves
  • Industry Briefs
  • VFF Scholar Spotlight: Nathan Tappendorf
  • The Army Research Lab (ARL) Looks to the Future of Vertical Flight
  • US Government Conducts Flight Testing to Prove Noise Prediction Models [pdf]
  • Turkey’s Indigenous Helicopter Programs — The TAI T625 and Beyond
  • Electric VTOL News (html) [pdf]
  • Electric Motors: Turning Volts to VTOL (html) [pdf
  • Compact Vertical Flight — Urban Aeronautics Advances (html) [pdf] [video]
  • Hail Caesar — The Italian Air Force’s HH-101A Personnel Recovery Variant
  • AHS Structures Meeting: Tempered Vertical Lift
  • AHS Conference Report: Australia Holds Navy Aviation Symposium
  • AHS Conference Report: Japan Hosts Successful 6th ARF
  • Rotary-Wing History and the Main Line Airport
  • Leadership Profile: Prof. George Barakos, University of Glasgow
  • AHS Update

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About our Cover

The Urban Aeronautics Cormorant has been flying since 2009. It is currently completing upgrades, including a more powerful Safran Arriel 2S2 engine. See pg. 34. (Urban Aeronautics photo.)

Posted Dec. 30, 2017