Jordan Aerospace Industries will supply 16 CH2000 surveillance aircraft to Iraq under a recently let Pentagon contract. The award to JAI partner TransAtlantic Traders is worth about $12 million. The Pentagon is buying the aircraft in two batches of eight aircraft each. The Iraqi air force will operate the aircraft, which are fitted with a Harris communications system, a Flir and multi-sensor imaging payload. The CH2000 is powered by a Lycoming 0-235 engine for 99-kt. cruise speed. Other ...

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