Decisions over the next few months could reshape U.S. Army aviation for decades to come. The most pressing topic is how to replace the Bell OH-58 Kiowa Warrior armed scout, but that choice must now be balanced with the Army's goal of developing next-generation medium-size rotorcraft to replace its AH-64s and UH-60s. Speaking at the Army Aviation Association of America convention here, Maj. Gen. Anthony Crutchfield set an “aimpoint” of 2030 for fielding a next-generation medium ...

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