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May 25, 2016 | Dream Journal | Running With A Pistol | Dragon Ball Z And A Fashion Show And A Missile (Bomb) Attack?

The end of my last dream was so sudden and surprising and confusing that I woke up by accident, I immediately tried to organize my memory of the end of the dream so that I could voice record it, but this and some other things caused me to forget most of my other dreams and even most of my last dream including some of the parts that I had remembered when I first woke up but forget right before I could voice record them. 1,906 more words


Russia may modernize Hungary's Soviet-made military equipment — Lavrov

According to the Russian foreign minister, negotiations on the issue are underway

Hungarian Air Force Mil Mi-17 military transport helicopter

MOSCOW, May 25. /TASS/. Negotiations on modernization of Soviet military aircraft equipment that is in service with the Hungarian army are underway, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Wednesday after talks with his Hungarian counterpart Peter Szijjarto. 63 more words

At EBACE in Geneva this week, Airbus Helicopters have showcased their H160 VIP model. The first deliveries of the H160 VIP are expected in 2019.

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Helicopter pilots of the Russian airbase located in Armenia improve skills in mountains

May 22 – Army aviation pilots of Erebuny Russian airbase located in Armenia started practicing flights in woody-mountainous area on Mi-24P and Mi-8MT transport-combat helicopters at night. 103 more words

Airbus just patented the fastest helicopter in the world

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

Airbus is trying take high speed helicopters to whole new level.

Last month, the United States Patent and Trademark Office approved an application last month from Airbus Helicopters’ Axel Fink, Ambrosius Weiss, and Andrew Winkworth for a new compound helicopter. 307 more words


Which Hamptons Helicopter Service Is Right for You?

With Memorial Day swiftly approaching, it’s time to prepare for Hamptons getaways. Alas, the thought of taking the Jitney yet again is so dreary, the Long Island Railroad isn’t exactly glamorous and sitting in traffic with the rest of the riff-raff is tedious when you only have two days for a vacation. 424 more words


Last week I visited Bell Helicopter’s regional aftermarket, delivery and customisation service centre in Prague, Czech Republic.

The painting facility at the centre had its ribbon cut at a staff and press official opening ceremony and the hi-tech booth will be able to serve all Bell aircraft.

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