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This article was Originally Published on Apr 19, 2006 in Volume: 5  Issue: 1

Boeing, Eaton ink supplier deal for CSAR-X


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Boeing has announced an agreement with Eaton Corp.’s aerospace division to support the proposed HH-47 Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) helicopter program for the U.S. Air Force. Eaton Aerospace manufactures and supplies flight components for the CH-47 Chinook hydraulic system and specialized debris monitoring detection technology for the helicopter’s engines and transmission system. The Air Force launched the multibillion-dollar CSAR-X competition in May 2005 to replace its current fleet of Sikorsky HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopters. The Pentagon has said it intends to buy 141 CSAR aircraft. Besides Boeing, the other companies competing in CSAR-X are Sikorsky and its offering of the HH-92 and the team of AgustaWestland, Lockheed Martin and Bell Helicopter offering the US101.


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