WASHINGTON — One is perhaps the best-known helicopter in the world, Marine One, and uses the south lawn of the White House as its landing pad. The other, the combat rescue helicopter, performs the “sacred mission” of saving downed troops.
Winning the contract for either program would be a major coup for any defense contractor, worth hundreds of millions. But when the bidding opened for both contracts, only one company came forward.
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