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Navy looks to replace aging training helicopter fleet

June 19, 2017 |
Lee Hudson
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The Navy is looking to replace its training helicopter fleet and anticipates releasing a request for proposals for the effort in late fiscal year 2019 or early FY-20, according to the service. The service currently uses TH-57 Sea Rangers acquired in the 1980s to train student helicopter pilots in the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard, Naval Air Systems Command spokesman Michael Land wrote in a June 9 statement to Inside the Navy . "While the Navy, Marine Corps and...

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