U.S. Air Force under scrutiny for helicopter changes

02/26/2008 | Aerospace Daily & Defense Report

The Defense Department and Congress are looking into charges that the Air Force altered a "key performance parameter" during the acquisition process for helicopters worth $15 billion. The case stems from a change in wording that determines whether craft can be assembled and mission ready within three hours.

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