Featured Aircraft Platforms
Introduced in 1980, this supersonic twin-engine fighter is flown by nations worldwide.
The H60 designation encompasses a wide family of military helicopters flown worldwide.
Known for its maneuverability and acceleration, the F-15A flew for the first time in 1972.
The SH3 Sea King is an anti-submarine warfare helicopter flown by more than a dozen nations. Derivatives include UH3 and S61.
The F-16 possesses air superiority not only as a day fighter but also as a successful all-weather multirole aircraft.
Often called the Seahawk, the SH60 is another member of the venerable H60 series of helicopters.
The AV8B Harrier V/STOL is operated by the military forces of three nations.
The UH3 is an H3 derivative that has been utility configured for logistical support and search and rescue missions.
Known for its distinct tail stinger, the P3 Orion flies anti-submarine and maritime surveillance missions.
The multi-mission S70 is another multi-mission derivative of the H60 family.
Flying at twice the speed of sound, more than 1,000 F4 Phantoms operate in the air forces of a dozen nations.
Later designated as SH3, the S61 was originally developed for the U.S. Navy.
News & Press
- ASI SUPPLIES OUTSTANDING SUPPORT TO THE US MILITARY Posted: Feb 27, 2013
- Implications of Future U.S. Defense Budget Cuts Posted: Jun 04, 2012
- Aeronautical Systems Year in Review 2011, with pictures. Posted: Feb 20, 2012
- ASI renews Commercial Services Agreement with Naval Air Station North Island Posted: Jan 19, 2012