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        Attack

        Benefitting from the company’s expertise in integrating weapons systems and tailoring its rotorcraft to operators’ requirements, Airbus helicopters are designed from the start as military systems for attack missions, with redundancy and durability for battlefield conditions.

        Airbus’ product range is configurable for attack missions, ranging from the two-metric-tonne category H125M to the heavy-duty Tiger.



        Aircraft

        Light single-engine helicopters

        The H125M's spacious interior, with no separation between the cockpit and the cabin, facilitates communications between crew members, and offers an excellent field of view – even from behind.

        The?most capable armed rotorcraft in the two-metric-tonne class is Airbus’ single-engine H125M. Equipped with Turbomeca’s Arriel 2D engine and a dual-channel full authority digital engine control (FADEC) system,?the?H125M has?a small visual silhouette, reduced radar signature and high agility in combat manoeuvring.

        It can be fitted with a podded 12.7-mm machine gun, a 20-mm cannon pod, and 70-mm rockets. Side-mounted weaponry are a 7.62-mm machine gun and installed sniper rifle. Growth potential is available for guided rockets and air-to-ground ?missiles.

        The H125M's spacious interior, with no separation between the cockpit and the cabin, facilitates communications between crew members, and offers an excellent field of view – even from behind.

        Four-tonne twin-engine H145M

        The?H145M?is?the latest four-tonne-class twin-engine military helicopter in Airbus’ product range, providing a multitude of deployment possibilities with its power, range, endurance and payload capability.

        The H145M can be fitted with the HForce weapon system designed by Airbus, which integrates an electro-optical system (EOS) and helmet-mounted sight display (HMSD) for improved targeting, and a wide selection of armaments, ranging from ballistic to guided ammunition, providing outstanding flexibility for attack missions.

        With its open system architecture, the HForce incremental weapon system can accommodate a wide choice of ballistic and guided weapon configurations – from 12- and 7-tube rocket- and guided-rocket launchers, to a 20-mm cannon pod and 12.7-mm machine gun pod.

        Fitted with two Turbomeca Arriel 2E engines – each managed by a dual-channel full authority digital engine control (FADEC) – the H145M retains excellent performance throughout the flight envelope, particularly when operating at altitudes of 6,000 ft. and in 95 deg. F. environments – known as “6K/95 high and hot” conditions.

        Airbus’ state-of-the-art glass cockpit and Helionix? avionics suite – coupled with a highly capable 4-axis digital autopilot system – ensure the H145M accomplishes the job, no matter how demanding the mission.

        Heavy helicopters

        As a true multi-role platform, the H225M enables military forces to deploy wherever and whenever needed.

        The?H225M?has?been deployed in combat service worldwide, including deployments in Afghanistan, Libya and Mali. An evolution of Airbus’ proven Cougar/Super Puma military rotorcraft, the H225M is the latest version of this 11-tonne class helicopter family.

        Armament for the H225M includes two side-mounted 180-round 20-mm gun pods or two 19-tube 2.75-in. rocket launchers, and 7.62-mm machine guns in forward cabin windows. The Sirina planning system enables missions to be prepared quickly and precisely according to the helicopter’s performance capability.

        Specialised helicopters

        Airbus’?Tiger?is?a true multi-role attack rotorcraft whose mission applications include armed scout, anti-tank, and armed support duties. Designed for operations in the digital battlefield, the Tiger combines the attributes of low detectability with its flat and narrow silhouette; low radar profile and infrared signatures; low vulnerability through system redundancy; flight agility with its rigid rotor system; as well as high manoeuvrability, agility and survivability.

        Qualified armament includes the Nexter 30M781 30-mm turret-mounted gun, interchangeable 68-mm and 70-mm unguided rockets (with growth potential for laser-guided rockets), as well as air-to-ground and air-to-air missiles.

        The Tiger is combat-proven during operational deployments in Afghanistan, the Central African Republic, Somalia, Libya and Mali.

        Infographics

        Photos and videos

        H125M: Discreet on the battlefield    
        The Brazilian Armed Forces close out 2015 with three new H225M    
        Helibras completes first stage of H225M integration tests with Exocet missiles    
        First H225M Caracal In-Flight Refueling During Combat by the French Armed Forces    
        TIGER HAD    
        Brazilian Armed Forces Exceed 10,000 flight hours with H225M Caracal    
        Airbus booth at the 2015 MSPO edition in Kielce, Poland    
        Tiger HAD demo flight in Warsaw, Poland    
        Airbus’ multi-role attack helicopter, the Tiger HAD at MSPO in Kielce, Poland    
        A mock-up H145M at MSPO in Kielce, Poland    
        Guillaume Faury on the Airbus Helicopters booth at MSPO in Kielce, Poland    
        H225M Caracal at the MSPO static display in Kielce, Poland    
        Tiger HAD demo flight in Warsaw, Poland    
        Tiger HAD in flight over Warsaw, Poland    
        Airbus Helicopters to highlight military-range helicopters at MSPO    
        TIGER    
        TIGER    
        Tiger HAD Retrofit Delivery To The French Army    
        TIGER    
        TIGER    
        APT Check service by Airbus Defence and Space      
        Incident response service by Airbus Defence and Space      
        Incident Response Service von Airbus Defence and Space      

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