The contenders for Poland's attack helicopter tender: Apache vs. AW-129 vs. EC-Tiger
Poland is in the market for around 30 attack helicopters and is looking to speed up the programme given heightened regional tension following the Ukrainian crisis. Originally scheduled for 2022, the Polish government is now prioritising the acquisition of assault choppers and hopes to have them in service no later than 2020.
Project Raven as it is known will replace the Poland’s Mil Mi-24s fleet. Ten companies are reported to have replied to the initial RFP including Airbus and Turkis...
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