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Rockwell Collins to Update Army CH-47F Chinook Avionics

Rockwell Collins has landed a potential five-year contract to update and repair components of the common avionics architecture systems equipped on the U.S. Army‘s CH-47F Chinook helicopters. The aircraft’s CAAS uses the Flight2 open systems architecture to combine communications, navigation and mission subsystems for integrated performance and situational awareness, the company …

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Rockwell Collins to Provide Avionics Support for Australia’s CH-47F Helicopters: Thierry Tosi Comments

Rockwell Collins has received a contract to extend avionics support services for the Australian army’s CH-47F Chinook helicopters. The company said Monday it will deliver field service engineering, program management, logistics, repair and overhaul services for the Common Avionics Architecture System onboard the helicopters and the Transportable Flight Proficiency Simulators. “We’ve been supporting …

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Singapore Taps Airbus, Boeing for Military Transport Helicopters

Airbus and Boeing have received separate contracts from Singapore’s ministry of defense to provide helicopters to support transport activities of the country’s armed forces. The ministry said Monday it chose Airbus’ H225M medium lift helicopter and Boeing’s CH-47F heavy lift helicopter to replace the Singaporean air force’s Super Pumas and Chinook platforms following a rigorous evaluation process. The …

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Boeing Subcontracts Rockwell Collins for Indian Chinook Helicopter Services

Boeing has awarded Rockwell Collins a contract to provide a Common Avionics Architecture System for 15 CH-47F Chinook helicopters flown by India’s military. The Rockwell Collins India Design Center will lead the implementation of tests and software changes as ordered by India’s army to meet requirements, Rockwell Collins said Monday. Troy Brunk, vice president …

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