UH-1 Huey helicopters of the 1st Cavalry thunder through the Vietnamese jungle
Centenary commission piece for No.33 Squadron Royal Air Force.
The RAF operates a total of 34 HC2s, 6 HC2As and 8 HC3s (the HC3 has yet to enter operational service). The Chinooks are part of the Joint Helicopter Command (JHC) at RAF Odiham in Hampshire. Odiham supports three operational squadrons, No 7 Squadron, No 18 Squadron and No 27 Squadron, and the Operational Conversion Flight.
Army Apaches from 662 squadron escort a Chinook over Afghanistan
The awesome Apache AH64 Gunship. Always outnumbered never outgunned
Royal Navy Sea King Helicopter with Arctic camouflage
The AgustaWestland AH Mk 1 Apache. The Apache has become a valued form of close air support in the continuing conflict in Afghanistan, being deployed to the region since 2006.
The mighty Apache Longbow. Always outnumbered, never outgunned
An AAC Lynx helicopter slows to a hover above the autumn countryside. Lynx is the British Army's primary battlefield utility helicopter.
The explosive Army Air Corps Apache Gunship Role Demo
A RAF Puma 2 on the pan at RAF Benson. Composite Image
Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter silhouetted against the sun
Boeing Chinook HC4 ZA712 18 Squadron 100th Anniversary
Boing CH-47 Chinook of he Royal Air Force
Overview of a small village in Kunar province, Afghanistan. An RAF Chinook powers out of the valley after a supply drop.
RAF Chinook helicopter low through the hills on a misty morning. Composite image
A Royal Air Force CH47 Chinook helicopter
A RAF CH47 Chinook carrying a Snatch Landrover underneath over a misty Oxfordshire landscape. Compiste Image
RAF Chinook taking off in the snow
A Royal Air Force Boeing CH47 Chinook takes off
A RAF Chinook helicopter taking off in the dirt as the sun rises
Special Scheme Chinooks Painted to celebrate the 100th anniversaries of 18(B) and 27 Squadron from RAF Odiham and 28 Squadron from RAF Benson. Composite Image
The Apache Longbow Attack Helicopter. Unrivalled close air support platform
The Royal Navy Sea King MK5. The distinctive Sea King Mk5 – painted red and grey – saves hundreds of lives each year on Search and Rescue thanks to the selfless acts of Navy crews above the stormy waters of the Western Approaches or the mountains of western Scotland. Composite Image
Royal Air Force Search and Rescue Sea King. The Sea King is scheduled for retirement in 2015
The famous bright Yellow Sea King helicopter of the Royal Air Force Search & Rescue. Created for the Morayvia tourism project in Kinloss
The Royal Navy Search & Rescue Helicopter, The Sea King Composite Image
Royal Navy Sea King Helicopter out over the sea, silhouetted against the setting sun
The iconic RAF Sea King Rescue helicopter plucking a stricken individual from the stormy sea Composite Image
RAF Sea King helicopter and Ben Nevis covered in snow. Composite Image
Gone from the skies around the UK, the Iconic yellow RAF Search and Rescue Helicopter Composite Image
January 2018 and the British Army bids farewell to the Westland Lynx Helicopter
A pair of Royal Air Force Puma Helicopters low level through the hills