Airbus has widened the purview of its U.S.-based defense and space business to include the government and military work of Airbus Helicopters. The changes were announced on July 1 in concurrence with the naming of Chris Emerson as the division’s new president. Airbus Helicopters’ long-running UH-72 Lakota program with the U.S. Army and its work on Department for Homeland Security platforms will now be transferred to the Defense and Space business. Emerson was previously ...

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