The Helicopter Museum

February 22, 2009 - 3:50pm

The largest helicopter ever built by a Western manufacturer and the world’s largest tandem-rotor helicopter never flew, but it dominated the outdoor collection at the U.S. Army Aviation Museum in Fort Rucker for almost 20 years after its program was canceled in 1975. But by October 2005, the sole prototype of the Boeing XCH-62 Heavy Lift Helicopter had deteriorated so much that the museum decided it could no longer maintain it.

September 15, 2006 - 8:03am

This example of public art is currently on display in the Residentsplatz in Salzburg, Austria, as part of the city’s 200th anniversary celebrations of its favorite son: composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.