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Sikorsky inks $905M deal to sell 24 MH-60R helicopters to India

India becomes the fourth foreign nation to include MH-60R helicopters in its military.

Sikorsky inks $525.4M Pentagon deal for UH-60M helicopters

Work on the new aircraft will take place at Sikorsky’s headquarters in Stratford.

India buys 24 Sikorsky MH-60R helicopters

President Trump announced the deal during his state visit to India.

Sikorsky snags $717M contract on H-53E helicopters

The performance-based logistics contract covers four years and includes repairs, overhauls, spares, obsolescence mitigation and asset management services on the H-53 heavy-lift helicopters.

CT joins five states to create New England Regional Defense Industry...

“This new multistate collaboration will advance the New England defense industry and help Connecticut’s small and medium-sized companies continue to grow and compete,” said Gov. Malloy.

Defense Department OKs purchase of 200 Sikorsky choppers for Marines

The heavy-lift King Stallion is reportedly one of the most expensive military aircraft vehicles around.

Sen. Murphy questions federal compliance of ‘Buy American’ laws

U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy has asked the U.S. Government Accountability Office to investigate the federal government compliance with laws and regulations that require U.S....

Trumbull firm’s ultrasound healing device gains traction with athletes

sam Sport is a wearable, bio-regenerative medical device used both to reduce the pain associated with muscle injuries and to accelerate the healing process.

Ethan Allen dedicates site to military personnel

The Danbury company is a vendor on a members-only website dedicated to ensuring active and retired military personnel and their families have access to U.S. goods and services, wherever they serve or live.

Murphy visits Sikorsky, rails sequester

The U.S. Department of Defense has yet to inform Connecticut manufacturers which programs and contracts may be impacted by the automatic budget cuts that went into effect March 1.