New Zealand has decided to buy eight secondhand Kaman Seasprite SH-2G(I) naval helicopters for $15 million each, the government says. The deal’s total worth is $242 million, with the helos costing $120 million. The package also includes two spare airframes, missiles, a flight simulator, ship deck-lock modification, additional components, testing and introduction into service activities, the government says. New Zealand’s navy already operates five older-model Seasprites that need to ...

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