Australia Issues RfI for Tiger Helicopter Replacement

The Australian government has begun its search for a new armed attack helicopter to replace the ARH Tiger fleet. The planned procurement will require capabilities in manned-unmanned teaming and amphibious operations. The Australian government has issued a request for information (RfI) for a replacement of the Australian Army's fleet of Airbus...
  • The Australian government has begun its search for a new armed attack helicopter to replace the ARH Tiger fleet.
  • The planned procurement will require capabilities in manned-unmanned teaming and amphibious operations.

The Australian government has issued a request for information (RfI) for a replacement of the Australian Army's fleet of Airbus Helicopters ARH Tiger armed reconnaissance helicopters.

Under the Land 4503 programme, the Australian Department of Defence's Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group (CASG) is seeking information to acquire a total of 29 airframes. Of these 29, 24 are to be based at a single location, with a further five to be used for training operations.

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