U.S. Army officials are planning to reveal their downselect of candidates for building the service’s Future Vertical Lift (FVL) aircraft next month; the decision had been expected this month. The winners should be announced by the end of August, according to Bill Crawford, an Army spokesman. It is unclear how many contracts the Army will issue to provide for flying demonstrators, though officials have said they hope to fund at least two flying prototypes under the Joint Multi-Role ...
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