LONDON – The French, German and Spanish governments have signed a deal with Airbus Helicopters and European armaments agency Occar to begin studying a midlife update (MLU) for the Tiger attack helicopter. The architecture study is being led by Occar and will define what the organization describes as the Tiger Mk. 3. The agreement signed on July 31. According to Occar, the process will explore the various options desired by the operating nations, with a key focus on life-cycle costs. ...

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