Most RCAF Cyclone helicopters undergoing repairs after cracks discovered

Summary by Ground News
The Canadian military says it has discovered cracks in the tails of 19 of its 23 Cyclone maritime helicopters. Tail cracks were first detected in a helicopter during a routine inspection on Nov. 26. The Air Force says the Sikorsky-made aircraft have not been grounded or placed on an operational pause.
6 months ago

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Military repairing cracks in the tails of 19 CH-148 Cyclone maritime helicopters

The Canadian military says it has discovered cracks in the tails of 19 of its 23 Cyclone maritime helicopters.

6 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Global News

Military repairing cracks in the tails of some CH-148 Cyclone maritime helicopters

The Royal Canadian Air Force confirmed today in a statement that the Sikorsky-made aircraft have not been grounded or placed on an operational pause.

6 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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The Toronto Star

Military repairing cracks in the tails of some CH-148 Cyclone maritime helicopters

HALIFAX - The Canadian military’s fleet of maritime helicopters is undergoing inspections and repairs after cracks were recently found in the tails of...

6 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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National Post

Military repairing cracks in the tails of 19 CH-148 Cyclone helicopters

The Royal Canadian Air Force initially issued an emailed statement today saying cracks had been detected in four helicopters, but that number jumped to 19…

6 months ago·Canada
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Toronto Sun

Military repairing cracks in the tails of some CH-148 Cyclone maritime helicopters

HALIFAX — The Canadian military has discovered cracks in the tails of 19 of its 23 Cyclone helicopters. Read More

6 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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