Malaysian Navy Floats Idea For Utility Helicopter Purchase

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KUALA LUMPUR—Facing a budget crunch, the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) may downgrade a long-standing helicopter requirement from anti-submarine to utility capability. Manufacturers are now offering suitable utility rotorcraft and the RMN says the choice between the two levels of capability has not been...

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