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Jamaica Defense Force: Ground Forces, Coast Guard, Air Wing

JAMAICA AIR WING OF THE DEFENCE FORCE • Jamaica Defence Force, Air Wing
Air Wing 140 personnel.

Forces by Role & Equipment by Type

(Plus National Reserve)

AIRCRAFT
No combat capable. Total 6 Aircraft.
  (Tpt/MP/Trg 1 flt with)

Maritime Patrol &Transport
1 Tpt/Mp ac:
1 Britten-Norman BN-2A Defender;

Utility
1 Utl ac:
1 Cessna 210M Centurion

Training
4 Trg ac:
2 Diamond DA-42 Diamond Twinstar;
2 Diamond DA-40-180FP Diamond Star;


HELICOPTER
No armed capable. Total 15 Helicopters.
  (SAR/Tpt 2 flt with)

Support
4 Spt hel:
4 Eurocopter AS-355N Ecureuil II;

Utility Transport
6 Utl Tpt hel:
2 Bell 412EP;
1 Bell 212 Twin Huey ;
3 Bell 205 Iroquois (UH-1H Huey)

Light transport & Reconnaissance and Surveillance
3 Lt Tpt/recce/surv hel
3 Bell 407;

Rotary Flying Training
2 Trg hel:
2 Bell 206B Jet Ranger


FACILITIES

  3 flts plus National Reserve no cbt ac, no armed hel.
  Jamaica Defence Force (Air Wing), Airfields and Airbases:

Manley (MKJP) International Airport
/ Kingston - 1st "Eagle" Flight (Maritime patrol, SAR and anti-narcotics operations): BN-2A, Cessna 210M

Kingston
/ Up Park Camp - 2nd "Scorpion" Flight (Utility transport): Bell 412EP/212/205

Kingston
/ Up Park Camp - 3rd "Viper" Flight (Light transport, reconnaissance and surveillance): Bell 407, AS-355N

Manley (MKJP) International Airpo
rt / Kingston - Jamaica Military Aviation School (Training) : DA-40/42, Bell 206B

Note
: Jamaica has 12 airports with paved runways (2,438 to 3,047 m: 2 914 to 1,523 m: 3 under 914 m: 7) and 15 airport with unpaved runways (under 914 m: 15)

 
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   Jamaica AF News:

Canadian CH-146s End Three-Month Jamaica Mission

• Canadian CH-146s End Three-Month Jamaica Mission  (11/24/2011)



 

 



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