United Technologies Exiting Helicopter BusinessUnited Technologies said Sikorsky didn't fit with plans for long-term growth so it is getting out of the helicopter business.
Reggie Wayne's 4 Most Ridiculous Colts Training Camp EntrancesIndianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne has earned a reputation for his flashy training camp arrivals and this year was no different. In keeping with tradition, Wayne stepped up his training camp arrival game.
US Army Testing Pilotless Black Hawk HelicopterThe U.S. Army is testing an unmanned Black Hawk helicopter that one day can deliver cargo and supplies to troops autonomously, according to LiveScience.
Chopper Lands On Side; No Injuries ReportedState police say no one was hurt when a helicopter had a landing problem at the Ellington Airport early this afternoon and landed on its side.
UTC, Subsidiaries To Pay $75 Million Fine In China Technology Sale
Connecticut Marine Among Seven Killed In Helicopter CollisionA Marine from Connecticut is identified as one of the victims of a helicopter training accident this week.
Helicopter Crashes In New York's East RiverA helicopter with five people aboard crashed into the East River on Tuesday afternoon after taking off from a launch pad on the riverbank, killing one passenger and injuring three others.
Black Hawk Vital In Post-9/11 WorldAmerica's wars since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 have been a boon for the maker of Black Hawk helicopters, a workhorse the U.S. military has relied on heavily to strike targets and ferry troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Lull In Military Orders Prompts Sikorsky LayoffsSikorsky Aircraft Corp. is laying off nearly 400 workers at its factory in upstate New York because of what the company says is a lull in orders for military helicopters.
NTSB Recommends Changes For Sikorsky Helicopter Invoved in Fatal Crash