While the U.S. Navy’s CH-53K development has gone reasonably well thus far, delayed testing of the helicopter program has made the effort riskier, a Pentagon Inspector General (IG) report says. “CH-53K program officials generally managed and developed the CH-53K program in accordance with defense acquisition guidelines while preparing for the low-rate initial production decision,” the IG says in its report, “CH-53K Program Management Is Satisfactory, but Risks Remain.” The full ...

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