Ahead of the briefing from Poland's Operational Command Chief of Staff, Project ‘Kruk’ (‘Raven’) has declared the first of the official contenders for a $3 billion contract to replace the country’s attack helicopters across all three services. 32 of the rotorcraft are said to be needed to replace the army’s Mil Mi-24 ‘Hind’ fleet in a procurement programme named ‘Kruk’ (Raven) alongside 70 multirole platforms to replace other ageing Russian models in the air force. An RFI was released by Warsaw in July, with purchase dates moved forward to 2015 from 2018 in response to the crisis in Ukraine. Ten companies are understood to have responded to the initial proposal...
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