AW101 Misses Spec, Acquired Corruptly, Indonesia Says

Credit: AW101: AgustaWestland
KUALA LUMPUR—Indonesia looks unlikely to induct into service a $55 million Leonardo AW101 helicopter that it received in February but now says fails to meet its specifications and was acquired in a corrupt process. Investigations into the purchase revealed “elements of corruption,” says Armed Forces...

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