Senators Doubt USAF’s Timeline For Replacing Huey

Credit: Sikorsky
The U.S. Air Force is once again under fire from U.S. lawmakers over its fumbling of a helicopter program to replace the Bell UH-IN Huey, which has been in active service since 1970. Sikorsky submitted a pre-award protest with the Government Accountability Office (GAO) on Feb. 12 over the service’s...

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