WASHINGTON—Sierra Nevada Corp. (SNC) and Textron Aviation have renewed their commitment to the U.S. Army’s Fixed-Wing Utility Aircraft (FUA) program, as the service seeks to demonstrate flying prototypes. SNC was the only prime contractor to bid on last year’s FUA competition to replace the Army’s outdated C-12 Huron and C-26 Metroliner utility aircraft fleets. But the Army rejected the proposal on technical grounds and scrapped the competition without any selection ...

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