The UK MoD has published a draft plan to buy between 36 and 44 aircraft under its long-awaited New Medium Helicopter (NMH) acquisition programme to replace RAF Puma HC2, Army Air Corps Bell 212, RAF Bell 412 and Airbus AS365 Dauphins used by Special Operations Forces.
BAE Systems to work on British Army’s CTTP pathfinder project
The UK MoD has awarded BAE Systems and Pitch Technologies UK a contract to deliver a new virtual training programme for the British Army.
The effort, called Land Training Rest & Reference Capability, is part of the army’s Collective Training Transformation Programme (CTTP) and is set out to help define an approach to future collective training.
A single-sourced contract is expected to be announced in 2025 with a value of $742 million for the first ten years, plus an additional $245 million in investment money to get the programme going.
BAE Systems and Pitch Technologies will work with the army
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