U.S. Army Buys 12 More Lakotas

The U.S. Army has exercised options worth $65.8 million for 12 additional UH-72A Lakota helicopters that will be delivered beginning in August 2017. The Army intends to use the twin-engine helicopters to train new pilots at Fort Rucker, Alabama, replacing its TH-67 helicopters. This year, the Army...

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