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Established:
1998
Merged through:
Swedish Air Force
Swedish Army
Swedish Navy
Main location(s):
Kallax (Luleå)
Kallinge (Ronneby)
Malmen (Linköping)
Fleet:
~ 48
Helicopter type(s):
HKP 14A
HKP 14B
HKP 14D
HKP 14F
HKP 15A
HKP 15B
HKP 16
Previous type(s):
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Military fleet history
helicopter
type
orig. branch
deployed   
retired
note
 
HKP 1
A
Navy
1958 - 
1972
 
 
HKP 1
B
Air Force
1962 - 
1964
 
 
HKP 2
 
Army
1959 - 
1969
 
 
HKP 2
 
Air Force
1959 - 
1987
  
 
HKP 2
 
Navy
1959 - 
1985
 
 
HKP 3
A
Army
1962 - 
1967
converted to "C"
 
HKP 3
B
Air Force
1962 - 
1999
 
 
HKP 3
C
Army
1967 - 
2001
to Heli Wing 1998
 
HKP 4
A
Air Force
1963 - 
1991
 
 
HKP 4
B
Navy
1963 - 
2011
to Heli Wing 1998
 
HKP 4
C
Navy
1974 - 
2011
to Heli Wing 1998
 
HKP 4
D
Air Force
1985 - 
1991
for navy transfer
 
HKP 5
A
Army
1964 - 
1971
 
 
HKP 5
B
Army
1980 - 
2002
to Heli Wing 1998
 
HKP 6
A
Army
1968 - 
2004
to Heli Wing 1998
 
HKP 6
B
Navy
1970 - 
2003
to Heli Wing 1998
 
HKP 6
C
FMV
1988 - 
2003
 
 
HKP 7
never assigned (meant for Kawasaki Vertol 107)
 
HKP 8
never assigned (meant for an armed helicopter)
 
HKP 9
A
Army
1987 - 
2010
to Heli Wing 1998
 
HKP 9
B
Air Force
1985 - 
1994
 
 
HKP 10
A
Air Force
1988 - 
2014
to Heli Wing 1998
 
HKP 10
B
Heli Wing
2009 - 
2015
 
 
HKP 10
D
Heli Wing
2010 - 
2015
 
 
HKP 11
 
Army
1994 - 
2004
to Heli Wing 1998
 
HKP 12
never assigned (meant for a transport helicopter)
 
HKP 13
never assigned (nr 13 is not used by tradition)
 
HKP 14
A
Heli Wing
2011 - 
 
to be upgraded
 
HKP 14
B
Heli Wing
2011 - 
 
to be upgraded
 
HKP 14
C
FMV
2011 - 
2011
never accepted
 
HKP 14
D
Heli Wing
2013 - 
 
to be upgraded
 
HKP 14
E
Heli Wing
 
 
 
 
HKP 14
F
Heli Wing
2016 - 
 
 
 
HKP 15
A
Heli Wing
2006 - 
 
 
 
HKP 15
B
Heli Wing
2008 - 
 
 
 
HKP 16
 
Heli Wing
2012 - 
 
 
 
 
Active
 
Future
 
Retired
 
Swedish Armed Forces Helicopter Wing
The Helicopter Wing is a joint helicopter unit in the Swedish Armed Forces. The detachment is subordinated the Air Force but serves the Army, Navy and Air Force equally. The wing is designated Försvarsmaktens Helikopterflottilj in Swedish, or simply Helikopterflottiljen (Hkpflj).

The headquarter of the unit is located at the Malmslätt Air Station in Linköping. Its organisation consists of four bases spread throughout three squadrons:
1.hkpskv at F21 Kallax (Luleå)
2.hkpskv at Malmslätt (Linköping)
3.hkpskv at F17 Kallinge (Ronneby)

Fleet The Helicopter Wing is currently operating fifteen Black Hawks (HKP 16), twenty Agusta 109LUHs (HKP 15) and nearly eighteen NH90s (HKP 14). The NH90s have all been handed over by the manufacturer but some of them are currently undergoing retrofit programs.

On 17 December 2015 it was announced that the four delivered HKP14 A/B models were to be converted to F standard, boosting the total number of anti-submarine warfare helicopters from five to nine. On the same day, the first factory built F model was handed over from NHIndustries to the Swedish Materiel Administration. It was flown to Sweden the next day.
Available photos of the fleetThese are the individuals available in the photo gallery. They are not necessary all helicopters in the current fleet since we lack images of some of them.
Available photos of retired fleet membersThese are the retired individuals that we have in the photo gallery. They are not necessary all retired military helicopters since we lack images of some of them. The individuals are either withdrawn from service as the result of a planned retirement or due to an unfortunate accident (hence the presence of still active types).
HKP 11 - Agusta-Bell 412
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Last update: 8 Jul, 2017
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