The U.S. Army is keeping it simple in setting targets for its Joint Multi Role (JMR) advanced rotorcraft technology demonstration. Four teams have been awarded preliminary design contracts under JMR Phase 1, and the Army plans to select two contractors next year to fly competing air-vehicle demonstrators in 2017. A follow-on Phase 2 effort will demonstrate mission-equipment technology. “The program KPPs [key performance parameters] are limited for rapid prototyping,” says Doug ...


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