Bell revamps engineering and revitalizes R&D ready for a comeback
All eyes are on Bell Helicopter as it strives to reinvent itself after a fateful phase that almost culminated in the company’s sale by struggling parent Textron. Bell is putting program delays, cost overruns and outright cancellation behind it to revamp its engineering and revitalize research and development. The ARH-70 armed reconnaissance helicopter program is lost, but the H-1 upgrade is back on its feet and performance on the V-22 tiltrotor is improving, according to both the company ...
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