The German military’s appetite for new military rotorcraft is creating a stir throughout the U.S. and European helicopter industry, with an unusual number of critical decisions looming. Although Eurocopter has dominated the domestic market in recent history, missteps on key programs—such as the NH90 troop transport and Tiger attack helicopter—have angered the German government customer and given foreign rivals a hint that they may have a fighting chance to win some orders. But ...

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