November 30, 2014
The 7th International Exhibition of Aviation Industry held on Iran’s island of Kish in November, saw a new training plane, dubbed K10 and K10-1 manufactured by Iran’s Plane Manufacturing Company (HESA).
With the flight ceiling of 14,000 feet, the plane can be employed for both training purposes and recreational use.The plane is run with an Austrian-made Rotax engine producing 100 horsepower. Equipped with emergency parachute, K10 is a single-cabin aircraft that can accommodate a co-pilot as well.
Heavy cargo drop followed by Airborne Soldiers jumping at the Deadhorse drop zone and UH-60 Arctic operations as well as interviews from participants of Arctic Pegasus 2014. This mobility exercise enables the military to build proficiency in Arctic Airborne operations in extreme cold-weather conditions. Arctic Pegasus 2014 is a Joint-Interagency Military training exercise held above the Arctic Circle, with a goal to enhance U.S. Army Alaska's mobility and operability in arctic conditions. It is a collaborative effort between from the 6th Engineer Battalion, the Alaska Army National Guard, Air Mobility Command, and the Alyeska. Includes sound bites from 1st Lt. Robert Tester, Executive Officer, 84th Engineer Support Co.; Lt. Col. William Conde, Commanding Officer, 6th Engineer Battalion (Combat Airborne); Command Sgt. Maj. Ronaldo Jordan, Senior Enlisted Advisor, 6th Engineer Battalion (Combat Airborne) and Staff Sgt. John Metger, Supply Sgt. 84th Engineer Support Co.