Berlin’s wish to replace its aging license-produced CH-53G Stallions with an off-the-shelf product means there will be a face-off between Boeing’s CH-47 Chinook and Sikorsky’s CH-53K King Stallion.  Germany has a requirement for as many as 60 heavy-lift helicopters, making it potentially one of the largest rotary-wing procurements in Europe in a decade, worth €3-4 billion ($3.7-4.9 billion) to the winner.  The future heavy-lift helicopter (STH) procurement ...

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