Boeing has responded to a U.S. Army call for sources sought for its restarted Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter (ARH) program with two alternatives: Boeing’s newly named AH-6S Phoenix and an aircraft the company has loosely nicknamed an Apache “Lite.” The November notice contained several new requirements, including the ability to hover out of ground effect at 6,000 feet and 95 degrees, as well as a key parameter for transport on the C-130 airlifter (Aerospace DAILY, Nov. 17, 2008). Boeing ...

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