Sikorsky, teamed with Lockheed Martin, has been awarded a $1.28 billion U.S. Air Force contract for engineering and manufacturing development of a combat rescue helicopter (CRH) based on the UH-60M Black Hawk. The contract, for which Sikorsky was the only bidder, covers four development aircraft and seven aircrew and maintainer training systems. The Air Force plans to field 112 helicopters, valued at $7.9 billion, to replace its HH-60G Pave Hawks. CRH replaced the CSAR-X combat search and ...
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