FORWARD MOVEMENT: The Canadian government is coming closer to finalizing its strategy to replace its DHC-5 Buffalo search-and-rescue aircraft. The Buffalos will reach the end of their service lives in 2015. This month, the National Research Council submitted a government-requested independent rmeview into the fixed-wing search-and-rescue statement of requirements. The Canadian government is under intense pressure from local industry to ensure an open competition for the Buffalo replacements, ...
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