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Curtiss-Wright Wins $13M Deal From Sikorsky

Contract includes all design, development, testing and delivery of production probes for the contracted H-92 helicopters

By Rodney L. Pringle

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Curtiss-Wright Corporation announced that it has received a contract from Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation for the supply of RAST probes to be fitted on 28 of the H-92 helicopters destined for the Canadian Maritime Helicopter Program. Valued at over $13M, the contract includes all design, development, testing and delivery of production probes for the contracted helicopters. The helicopter probe is required to interface with the shipboard RAST system provided by Curtiss-Wright under a separate contract awarded in 2004 to the Canadian Department of the National Defence. RAST is a helicopter handling system which fully integrates all of the functions required to safely operate and stow large ship-borne helicopters. In addition to enabling safe launch and recovery, RAST facilitates the securing, maneuvering and hangaring of helicopters, day or night, even in adverse weather and high sea state conditions, according to Curtis-Wright.

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