Army looks to speed up Chinook swap

01/7/2010 | AviationWeek.com

The Army is looking to step up production of Boeing's Chinook CH-47F helicopters from about 2.5 per month to 3.5 per month to make up for a 50-aircraft deficit. The requirement for the program's five-year contract is for 452 aircraft, a one-for-one swap with the current aging D-model fleet. Boeing said 290 aircraft have been delivered or are on contract.

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