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Millville, N.J. (pressofatlanticcity.com) — The U.S. Army will not renew its contract to have Chinook helicopters modified at a Boeing facility at Millville Airport, according to federal officials. The contract expires in March, according to U.S. Rep. Frank LoBiondo.

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azcentral.com - Quantum Helicopters has been offering U.S. government-funded flight training to military veterans for two decades, but it wasn't until two years ago that the company paired up with Chandler-Gilbert Community College to provide greater access to post-military education and training.

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The Independent - Air travel, once seen as the height of glamour, has become mundane, almost as much as, say, rail or road. But one mode of transport that has managed to retain its mystique is the helicopter. Helicopters are ideal for sightseeing, thanks to their ability to hover and travel at speed.

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Wales (BBC) - Fears the Dyfed-Powys Police helicopter would be withdrawn from service have been allayed after it was confirmed it will remain patrolling the skies. The helicopter, which polices Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire, and Powys, will be kept as part of a deal to join the new National Police Air Service.

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Southport, N.C. (starnewsonline.com) - Jessica Ward and Barbara Olsen-Gwin are pilots based at the Cape Fear Regional Jetport in Oak Island, N.C., who would like to see more females involved in aviation. They have been holding events at the Jetport in hopes of luring more women and girls into the field.

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New Delhi (The Indian Express) - The Indian Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has withdrawn and amended its proposal that suggested redesignation of all non-scheduled operator permit holders with fewer than three aircraft as 'private' airlines.

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breakingdefense.com - The first Future Vertical Lift Aircraft will not fly until the 2030s, but the U.S. Army, Navy, and industry are already at work on software standards. Those include a new "model-based" approach to software architectures that will require a culture change among programmers and defense bureaucrats alike.

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Bell Helicopter President and CEO John Garrison issued the following statement regarding the death of former company CEO James Atkins:

"We are deeply saddened to hear of Jim's passing.  We are deeply grateful for his extensive contributions and will miss his support."

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defenseone.com - The robotic K-MAX medium lift helicopter proved very effective in Afghanistan where, in 33 months of war, the U.S. Marines successfully completed some 2,000 cargo and supply sorties with just two of the unmanned birds.

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Daily Mail - You've done the surprise theatre trip, followed by a slap-up dinner. You've skated round the festive Christmas rink. Now, it's time for the big one: a 20-minute helicopter flight above London!

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