Germany to Choose Between Boeing, Lockheed-Sikorsky Choppers to Replace Old Fleet

CH53KChopperTYSONS CORNER, VA, January 26, 2016 — Boeing‘s (NYSE: BA) Chinook helicopter and the Sikorsky-built King Stallion helicopter by Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) have been shortlisted by Germany as the potential replacement for its current Sea Stallion fleet, ExecutiveBiz reported Monday.

Defense News reported Monday that Germany seeks to replace its CH-53 heavy-lift helicopters by the end of the year with a planned procurement of up to 70 helicopters to support increased air mobility needs.

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