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The U.S. Air Force plans to release a second draft request for proposals (RFP) in April for its UH-1N helicopter replacement program following industry feedback that its current platforms don’t meet all the requirements contained in the previous draft.
The Air Force plans to call for acquiring 84 UH-1N replacement helicopters. This development means the release of a final RFP would be delayed until mid-year.
“Following release of the draft RPF, interested offerors identified that their off-the-shelf platforms would not meet all threshold requirements,” said a USAF statement.