As South Korea strives to build an industry that can independently make complete aircraft, it is achieving the most progress in helicopters. And it is the South Korean army, not the air force, that is offering the most support. The country is going ahead with its LCH-LAH light helicopter program, following parliamentary and ministerial approval of full-scale development for the 4.2-5.3-ton (9,300-11,700-lb.) aircraft in cooperation with a foreign partner. Korea Aerospace Industries ...

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