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Scientists found that, faced with windy conditions, Cossack collapsed his wings in response to strong gusts instead of holding them out stiffly like a fixed-wing aircraft.
In addition to carrying out maintenance for various types of operators, they also operate helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft for medivac, fire fighting, suspended cargo transport, aerial filming and agricultural operations.
Designed to engage anti-ship cruise missiles and fixed-wing aircraft at short range, the Phalanx is a fast-reaction, rapid-fire 20-millimeter gun system that provides US Navy ships with a terminal defense that automatically engages functions usually performed by separate, independent systems such as search, detection, threat evaluation, acquisition, track, firing, target destruction, kill assessment and cease fire.
According to Coursieres, the A400M with the alternative-design transparencies will be the first fixed-wing aircraft to have a fully armored set of cockpit windows.
Knight, R-Palmdale, was vice commander at Edwards Air Force Base where he earned the world speed record for fixed-wing aircraft - 4,250 mph - and the world altitude record for fixed wing - 250,000 feet.
ASIT designs, develops and integrates tactical communications intelligence (COMINT), measurement and signature intelligence (MASINT) and electronic attack (EA) systems for both ground and airborne installations, including fixed-wing aircraft, rotary-wing aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
But the planes proved to be of limited use in battling wildfires whipped by high winds over rugged canyons or mountainous terrain, conditions that would hinder any fixed-wing aircraft at low altitudes, the report states.
is now available for installation on all general aviation fixed-wing aircraft and business jet aircraft.
They eventually plan to fly the JSF as their only fixed-wing aircraft.
To help in the big fires, Canadian SuperScooper fixed-wing aircraft and a rotor-wing Heletanker will arrive in the Southland today under an annual lease program arranged by the county.
Based on systems developed for aircraft and deployed on more than 1,500 Air Force, Navy, and Army helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft, the technology is about one-third the size and weight of competing systems and is about one-third the cost.
The record number of aircraft, 340 (2004: 330), of all sizes and categories, more than at any other aerospace fair anywhere in the world, underlines the leading position enjoyed by the ILA for the presentation of fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters, and this event is being used to give many of them their first public showing.
Hobbyists - ages 9 to 70-something flying radio-controlled helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft valued at $250 to $5,000 each - continued to use the site after Northrop moved to Hawthorne in the early 1990s.
BAE Systems' ALQ-144A is a lightweight countermeasures set that protects helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft against surface-to-air and air-to-air infrared homing missiles.