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History Places Odds In Favor of VH-71’s Survival

By Staff Writer | February 18, 2009
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Stephen Moss, CEO of the U.S. unit of AgustaWestland is reportedly breathing a little easier when it comes to the future of the company’s VH-71 Presidential Helicopter program, which it shares with partner Lockheed Martin. In spite of a Congressional examination into the program pursuant to the Nunn-McCurdy Amendment – the legislation that calls for a detailed examination of any defense program that runs significantly late or over budget – there have only been two program cancellations out of the 36 cases reviewed. Moss and parent company Finmeccanica hope those odds will favor their program, too. For more information


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