How many sailors do you need to pull a helicopter to the ground? Five, but they all have to be on the staff rotor! Sorry, that’s an awful joke. Actually, this image shows a team fast-roping a helicopter. Read more >>
Just look at this photo. On the highest mountain peak in North America, surrounded by stunning snowy scenery and beneath a sun halo, sits a 50-year-old tandem rotor heavy lift helicopter equipped with ski landing gear. Read more >>
The sparks from this US Marines helicopter form a starry ring around the edge of the blades — a the result of static electricity created by friction between the dust and the metal blades moving through the air. Read more >
These night photos of an AF Puma Mk2 helicopter being loaded onto a C-17 Globemaster transport aircraft, illuminated by runway lights, at Brize Norton, the largest station of the Royal Air Force, are simply too good to handle. Read More >
In this spectacular and dramatic long-exposure night shot you can see a Eurocopter AS365 Dauphin helicopter—Dolphin, to its friends—being towed into its hangar aboard Ventôse, a light monitoring frigate of the French Marine Nationale. Read More >>
Getting to the airport is a pain in the arse. Helicopter rides are fun and fast. Ridesharing apps are booming. Do you see where we are going with this? New York has an on-demand helicopter service, and Gizmodo got front seat access into the madness.