After a decade of upheaval, the U.K. finally appeared to be ushering in a period of rotary stability with the conclusion of its Future Helicopter Strategy—made public in December 2009—but six months later a core element of the military’s program was again under scrutiny. As of early July, the £6-billion ($9-billion) search-and-rescue helicopter (SAR-H) private finance initiative program remained caught up in the finance ministry’s review of projects awarded in the dog days of the ...

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