ISTANBUL – The Slovakian government plans to order UH-60M Black Hawk helicopters as part of a modernization of the country’s armed forces. Nine aircraft will be purchased through a Foreign Military Sales order from the U.S. Army, Defense Minister Martin Glvac announced in Bratislava on April 29. The $261 million deal will help the Slovaks replace the Mil Mi-17 helicopters currently in operation. In addition to military operations, the new Black Hawks will also be used for ...

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