March/April Vertiflite Now Online

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Vertiflite March/April 2017 (cover jpg)The March/April 2017 issue of Vertiflite is now available! Members can log in and read the current and back-issues of Vertiflite for free. Go to www.vtol.org/My-AHS and log in, then click on Vertiflite Online to flip through all issues since 2011. Or, you can go to the AHS Online Store — the world’s most extensive Vertical Flight Library — and download the pdf for this or any of our issues back to 1953! We have 62+ years of the world's leading vertical flight technology magazine available online — nearly 800 issues. 

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Featured In This Issue:
  • Commentary: Electric VTOL Wheel of Fortune
  • University Research Report: New VLRCOE Teams
  • JMR Advances Towards Flight Under Cover of Darkness 
  • Air Mobility Bonanza Beckons Electric VTOL Developers
  • Make Vertical Lift Great Again 
  • Winds of Change at Turkish Army’s Güvercinlik Air Base 
  • Spanish Army Aviation Sets a Course for the Future 
  • Firefighting with Spanish Cougars 
  • Bell 505 JetRanger X Delivers 
  • Rigid Rotor Rewind: Lockheed Helicopters Come Full Circle
  • AHS Conference Report: 7th VTOL UAS Meeting 
  • Leadership Profile: John E. Schibler 
  • VFF Letters: Chengjian He and Dan Newman

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About our Cover

The e-volo Volocopter VC200 has been flying since 2013. The first manned flight, shown here, was on March 30, 2016. (e-volo photo)


Posted Feb. 15, 2017