Army aviation files a new flight plan in pursuit of its next key vertical platform
Army aviation is logging more combat hours than it has in the service’s history, operating an unprecedented number of UAVs, and has been fighting an unpredictable enemy for many years in one of the world’s harshest environments. Now it needs to decide which direction to take to modernize and recapitalize its fleet. Aside from its unmanned aerial vehicles, the platforms the Army is operating are all legacy systems, even if they’re beefed up with new sensors and other features. At the ...
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