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Triumph Group to Continue Gearbox Supply for MD 530 Attack Helicopters

Triumph Group has signed an agreement to supply main and tail rotor gearboxes for attack helicopters that MD Helicopters will build for the U.S. Army and foreign military sales customers. The Army awarded MD Helicopters an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract to produce up to 150 armed MD 530 scout attack helicopters over five years, Triumph said Monday. MD …

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Sikorsky, Taqnia Forge Helicopter Production Alliance in Saudi Arabia; Ali Al-Ghamdi, Alan Chinoda Comment

Lockheed Martin’s Sikorsky business and Taqnia Aeronautics have formed a partnership to seek business opportunities in helicopter production in Saudi Arabia. Both companies outlined in their agreement the investment, technology and skills requirements for the production and assembly of S-70 Black Hawk helicopters in the country, Lockheed said Tuesday. “Entering into …

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Rockwell Collins to Provide Radios for Navy Seahawk Helicopters

Rockwell Collins Inc. won a $6,505,448 Navy contract modification to provide electronic radio systems for helicopters, the Defense Department announced Thursday. The Cedar Rapids, Iowa-based aerospace company will provide AN/ARC-210(V) electronic radios and auxiliary equipment for the Navy’s MH-60 fleet. The company will provide 48 RT-199(C)/ARC systems for MH-60R Seahawk …

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DoD OKs Production of Lockheed Air-to-Ground Missile System With Milestone C Decision

Lockheed Martin is set to commence low-rate initial production of the Joint Air-to-Ground Missile after the Defense Department granted a “milestone C” decision on the system. DoD’s defense acquisition board announced through a memorandum the LRIP approval for the JAGM program after months of flight tests that evaluated the missile technology against performance envelope and …

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South Korea to Rebid Potential $155M Training Helicopter Procurement Contract

South Korea’s defense acquisition program administration plans to recompete a potential $155 million project to supply the South Korean army and navy with a total of 41 training helicopters, Defense News reported Friday. It was stated that the reason for the recompete was ‘price issues’. Both Bell’s (formerly Bell Helicopter) 505 Jet Ranger and …

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