How many helicopters does the Air Force have?

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99 Pavehawks
62 Twin Hueys
3 Iroquois
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When their is a gravitational force on the earth then why does helicopters and aeroplanes do not fall while they are in the air?

Because they have mechanical structures, powered by motors using the solar energy stored in oil, that can push against air, thereby generating forces that can be directed