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Afghans Getting Black Hawks Instead Of Russian Helos
November 22, 2016
LONDON—The U.S. Defense Department plans to end its reliance on Russian helicopters to support the Afghan army by sending them Sikorsky-built aircraft instead. The Pentagon is requesting funding in its fiscal 2017 budget to replace Afghanistan’s fleet of Mil Mi-17 transport helicopters with more...
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