Boeing wins Chinook contract
Boeing has announced that it has been awarded an award from the US Army to supply 14 CH-47F Chinook helicopters for Foreign Military Sales (FMS) contracts with the Australian and United Arab Emirates (UAE) governments. The contract is worth approximately $370 million.
According to Boeing, seven of the aircraft will be delivered to the Australian Defence Force and six aircraft will be delivered to the UAE under previously announced US FMS. An additional aircraft will be delivered to the US Army to fulfill its own requirements.
The aircraft will be delivered to the US Army beginning in 2014.
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