Debuting the Marine Corps' newest helicopter at a show outside the U.S. indicates the extent to which Sikorsky is preparing to fight for export orders for its CH-53K King Stallion. The three-engine, fly-by-wire behemoth is barely out of flight testing but is already challenging a veteran opponent, Boeing’s CH-47 Chinook. With only a handful of CH-53Ks built and about 2,000 flying hours, Sikorsky and its owner, Lockheed Martin, are betting on the CH-53K’s mix of new ...


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