Royal Navy Confident On Wildcat Helicopter's Future

Credit: Tony Osborne/AW&ST
For decades, the Westland Lynx has been the backbone of the British Royal Navy as its primary shipborne helicopter. But now, with just six helicopters left in the inventory, the service is preparing to retire the Lynx in late March in favor of its more advanced successor, the Leonardo Helicopters...

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