The U.S. Army’s Black Hawk UH-60M helicopter stands to take a $6.6 billion loss in funding if the service’s Program Objective Memorandum (POM) for fiscal 2010-2015 is carried out as written now. The Army has a multiyear, multiservice contract with Sikorsky to procure UH-60M and HH-60M aircraft. Sikorsky just flight-tested the first UH-60M upgrade, the first fly-by-wire transport helicopter for the service. Some 900 of the 1,227 Black Hawks slated for Army procurement are expected to be ...

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