Who invented the army helicopter?

Answer The first "successful" helicopter designed for military use was created by Igor Sikorsky in 1942. He is hailed as the father of helicopters by many. Although he did not invent the helicopter, he wa... Read More »

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What helicopter does the US army use?

Several. OH-6 Cayuse, MH-6 "Little Bird", and other variants of the H-6 series OH-58 Kiowa AH-1 Cobra (still in service with some second line units)AH-64 Apache UH-60 Blackhawk, MH-60, and other va... Read More »

How much do Army helicopter pilots make?

Military helicopter salaries range from $21,000 to $99,000. A college education is not required but preferred for a military pilot. Military pilots are employed by the U.S. Armed Forces which inclu... Read More »

What license do army helicopter pilots get?

Army helicopter pilots are not issued a license that is recognized outside of the Army. However, the pilot can apply his training and flight hours to apply to the Federal Aviation Administration to... Read More »

What Licenses Do Army Helicopter Pilots Have?

While the Army does not issue specific licenses, Army pilots are considered the equivalent of civilian commercial instrument rated helicopter pilots and, should they choose to do so, are eligible f... Read More »