U.S. Army officials are redrafting a presentation for the service’s vice chief of staff on the way forward for the controversial Armed Aerial Scout (AAS) program before they can move forward with a possible competition for the Kiowa Warrior replacement. “We were expecting to get a decision [to move forward] from the vice but we did not,” says Col. John Lynch, Army AAS project manager. The AAS team recommended that the service move forward with a competition to purchase up to 368 ...

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