Boeing officials say they showcased Armed Aerial Scout technologies for the U.S. Army during 10 flight hours on the AH-6 platform during a recent demonstration. The company is one of several volunteering to demonstrate AAS capabilities as the Army conducts market research for options to potentially replace the OH-58D Kiowa Warrior helicopter fleet. Boeing’s flights took place Oct. 8-12. Company officials were secretive about their potential offerings to the Army should it decide to ...
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