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  • And EADS did indeed win a $25 billion contract in 2003 to develop and build a military transport aircraft, but the contract was awarded not by NATO but rather by OCCAR, representing Germany, France, Spain, Britain, Italy, Turkey, Belgium and Luxembourg.

    Free the Burmese

  • A400M management agency OCCAR says it sent a report to the six partner nations in mid-October detailing the findings of the internal audit carried out by EADS.

    Why US Army doesn't want C-130J/Airbus A400M faces "'significant' challenges"

  • Actually sticking to the contract signed was ruled out!! mmm, not sure of the terms of agreement between OCCAR and the launch nations.

    Army Rumour Service

  • European defence ministers were scheduled to meet representatives from the OCCAR procurement agency in London to discuss the latest proposals to save the project, with reports having suggested that EADS could require in the region of an additional €6 billion to deliver on the A400M, above its original €20 billion contract with the nations.

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  • Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, North Atlantic Treaty Organization secretary-general, held a meeting Thursday at NATO headquarters with Patrick Bellouard, director of the Europe-based multinational defense procurement agency OCCAR.

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  • Scheffer and Bellouard met to sign an agreement that ensures NATO's classified information shared with OCCAR is strictly protected and meets the alliance's "requirements and ensure (s) conformity with NATO standardization agreements," the release said.

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  • NATO is currently involved in several OCCAR programs, including the Rolland ground-to-air missile system, the Tiger attack helicopter and the A400M heavy-lift military transport aircraft.

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  • EADS sent a letter in December to OCCAR, which manages the A400M contract for the seven European launch customers, saying the A400M would be delivered three years after first flight.

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  • An audit by OCCAR, the European arms agency, shows that the A400M's "operational delay" will be four years, Collet-Billon of the Délégation Générale pour l'Armement (DGA) said at a press conference on the DGA's 2008 results.

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  • He would like to renegotiate conditions agreed to with OCCAR, the defense consortium which counts Germany, France, Great Britain, Italy, Belgium and Spain as its members.

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