Bell, Boeing team will not bid on aircraft contract

10/21/2005 | Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas) · Defense News

Bell Helicopter and Boeing say they will not compete for a contract to build a search-and-rescue aircraft for the U.S. Air Force. The two companies have spent years developing the V-22 Osprey as a replacement for search-and-rescue helicopters, but a Bell official said the contract's requirements and funding profile did not call for the speed and range offered by the V-22. The Air Force contract is worth up to $12 billion.

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