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The U.S. Army has awarded the Boeing-Sikorsky team an initial $147-million contract
The U.S. Army has awarded the Boeing-Sikorsky team an initial $147-million contract to begin engineering and manufacturing development of the RAH-66 Comanche armed scout/light attack helicopter. The six-year development program, during which 13 helicopters are to be built, is expected to cost $3.1 billion. The Army hopes to have an initial operational Comanche capability in late December 2006.