August 2004
Armada International;Aug/Sep2004, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p62
Present news briefs on defense industries as of April 2004. Features of the EA-18G, an electronic attack aircraft owned by the U.S. Navy and developed by Northrop Grumman; Reason for testing the Bell UH-1Y Huey, a utility helicopter owned by the U.S. Marine Corps; Information on the arrival of The Blohm + Voss-built SAS Spioenkop Meko A-200 corvette in Simons Town, South Africa.


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