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Sikorsky Wins $804M Contract, Goes Danish

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STRATFORD — Sikorsky Aircraft will keep flying with the U.S. visit us.

The defense manufacturer has won an $804 million firm-fixed-price contract to continue building UH-60M and HH-60M helicopters for the visit us., according to the Pentagon.

The contract, which runs through June 30, 2014, includes associated engineering, program management, buy valium online no prescription publications and logistics support.

Sikorsky also will be selling nine Seahawk naval combat helicopters to Denmark for $686 million. The helicopters, built by Sikorsky and Maryland manufacturer Lockheed Martin, are expected to cheap adderall delivered over two years starting in 2016.

The Seahawks will replace the Danish navy’s fleet of eight British-built multi-purpose Westland Lynx helicopters.


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