Australia—Army Seeks Replacement For Tiger Attack Helicopter

Australian Defence Magazine | 07/11/2019

The Australian Dept. of Defense has released a request for information (RFI) for a replacement for its Tiger attack helicopters, reports the Australian Defence Magazine. According to the RFI, the army will acquire a total of 29 “proven, mature and off-the-shelf” armed reconnaissance helicopters to replace its existing 29 Tiger helicopters. Requirements include the ability to fit in a C-17, operate from the navy’s Canberra-class amphibious ships and work with unmanned aircraft...

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