All posts in: "cargo"

  1. Crop spraying – more food in a famine

    UN regional assessments indicate that the most likely disasters across Southern Africa are famines.  Crop spraying helps produce more food. What can helicopters do in…

  2. Benefit for the needy – a new test

    Benefits are important, and there is a continuing drive for British charities to produce real charity benefit. The British charity regulator is called the Charity…

  3. flood relief video – Mozambique 2013

    Flood relief in Mozambique by Wings Like Eagles in 2013 We hope you enjoy our flood relief video of the assistance we delivered in Mozambique…

  4. Thanks for the aid – both ways!

    We needed a good aid team to deliver help in 2013. Thanks for the aid! Here, our trustee Clive Langmead thanks Manuel Maxlhaieie, the INGC…

  5. Aid cargo we delivered

    Aid Cargo – what is it? This photograph is an example of the sort of aid cargo we fly to people affected by disasters. If…

  6. Our ally in Mozambique – Sergio Ido!

    In Mozambique we have a key ally, Sergio Ido. He has been a friend of ours since 2007. In 2013 he was Wings Like Eagles’…

  7. Aid pilot Andrew Shipton – our helicopter pilot!

    Aid pilot Andrew Shipton is a fantastic part of our team.  He was our pilot for our 2013 flood response. Andrew Shipton is a current…

  8. Flying coordinator – Clive Langmead!

    Clive Langmead is a flying coordinator, helicopter pilot and PR man.  He is on the disaster response call-out list of the UK’s Department for International…

  9. The Haitian Earthquake of 2010 – Air Calvary’s Response

    The Haitian Earthquake was a catastrophe.  Not only did it affect so many people.  Many of the leaders who knew how to respond to the…

  10. 2008 Mozambique Reconnaissance