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    Royal Danish Navy






    Kongelige Danske Marine
    The Søværnets Helikopter Tjeneste (naval helicopter service) was formed at Vaerlose in 1977 from the Naval Flight of the Air Force Esk.722. It was originally to become Esk.728 but recognition of the importance of the maritime concept led to the Service creation, against a climate of consolidation in the Danish forces.

    In Jan 2004 the Service became a squadron in its own right and moved to Karup, to operate helicopters from the maritime assets of the Danish combined forces. It transferred back to the RDAF as Esk.723 on 1 Jan 2011.

    News


    Royal Danish Navy Operating Camcopter Drone, 25-May-22 : #drones The Royal Danish Navy (RDN) operating Schiebel S-100 Camcopter drone at Skargen provided by the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) for maritime surveillance

    Camcopter to Monitor Ship Emissions in Denmark, 16-Jul-20 : #drones The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) to provide Schiebel S-100 Camcopter drones to monitor ships’ sulphur emissions on behalf the Danish Maritime Authority (DMA) and the Danish Environmental Protection Agency (DEPA)

    Skeldar Drone to Patrol Danish Waters, 14-Apr-19 : #environment The Danish Maritime Authority and the Environmental Protection Agency will start using Saab drone Skeldar north of The Great Belt sniffing large tankers when they pass going to and from the Baltic Sea to check if they comply with the sulphur limit

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    List of Units

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    Rotary Wing Aircraft UnitCreatedDisband
        Sovaernets Helikoptertjeneste - Naval Air Squadron Sov Fl1977 2010



    Model Types

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    ModelDel'dFromTo
      Schiebel Camcopter S-1002022
      Westland Lynx 1119802010
      SNIA SE3160 / SA316A Alouette III819771982



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