Bell Boeing entrega el primer MV-22 Osprey modernizado al Bloque C (CC_RAM)

Con esta actualización se reducen los tipos de configuración del Osprey para agilizar sus reparaciones y mantenimiento FILADELFIA, 10 de diciembre de 2019 : Boeing [NYSE: BA] y Bell Textron Inc, una compañía de Textron Inc. [NYSE: TXT], han entregado el primer MV-22 Osprey Bloque C del programa CC-RAM al U.S. Marine Corps, lo que mejorará Leer másBell Boeing entrega el primer MV-22 Osprey modernizado al Bloque C (CC_RAM)[…]

Leonardo: Kuwait adquiere 28 Eurofighter Typhoon

Leonardo mantiene fuertes lazos con Kuwait en el sector aeroespacial civil y militar, y explora la posibilidad de alcanzar una mayor colaboración La compañía presentará durante este GDA su innovación en sistemas de entrenamiento, aviónica avanzada, y otras soluciones para la seguridad de Kuwait 09 de diciembre de 2019 – Leonardo estará presente en la Leer másLeonardo: Kuwait adquiere 28 Eurofighter Typhoon[…]

Coast Guard medevacs hunter from Savannah National Wildlife Refuge

SAVANNAH, Ga. — Coast Guard crews medevac an injured hunter Sunday from the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge. The 45-year-old male injured their ankle while hunting. Coast Guard Air Station Savannah watchstanders received an emergency call from the hunter and launched an MH-65 Dolphin rescue helicopter crew. The Dolphin crew hoisted the hunter at 3 p.m. Leer másCoast Guard medevacs hunter from Savannah National Wildlife Refuge[…]

Coast Guard Air Station Sitka medevacs teen male from Baranof Island, Alaska

KODIAK, Alaska – A Coast Guard Air Station Sitka MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter aircrew medevaced a 16-year-old male Sitka Wilderness Therapy student experiencing chest pains on Duffield Peninsula, Baranof Island, approximately 30 miles north of Sitka, Alaska, Sunday evening.  The aircrew safely hoisted and transferred the boy from a narrow tidal flat to awaiting emergency medical Leer másCoast Guard Air Station Sitka medevacs teen male from Baranof Island, Alaska[…]

Coast Guard Station Pensacola responds to vessel on fire

Smoke from a charter vessel fire is seen off the bow of a 45-foot rescue boat dispatched from Station Pensacola near Perdido Pass, Alabama, July 27, 2019. The crew worked with the local fire department as well as good samaritan mariners to put out the fire. (U.S. Coast Guard photo by Seaman Cassandra Castillo). NEW Leer másCoast Guard Station Pensacola responds to vessel on fire[…]

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