Success in the Army’s growing catalog of work in linking manned and unmanned aviation assets could lead the service to reduce is reliance on helicopters, potentially impacting the planned buys of Boeing Apache AH-64Es and future Armed Aerial Scouts. The Army has incrementally developed and fielded manned/unmanned teaming capability, first allowing unmanned air system (UAS) video to be shuttled into the cockpits of manned helicopters to enhance pilot situational awareness, and later ...
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