The U.K.’s Joint Helicopter Command is considering basing options for its enlarged fleet of Boeing CH-47 Chinook transport helicopters. The Royal Air Force’s 46-strong fleet of Chinooks is currently based at RAF Odiham, Hampshire, but the air arm will soon be taking delivery of an extra 14 Chinooks in the Mk. 6 configuration currently being built by Boeing in Philadelphia. But the base at Odiham does not currently have the facilities to cater for 60 Chinooks, so commanders are exploring ...
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