The U.S. Marine Corps released plans on Sept. 16 to select multiple vendors over the next four years to perform “concept advancement” studies on the Attack Utility Replacement Aircraft (AURA), a high-speed rotorcraft to replace the UH/AH-1 fleet. A request for information sets a Jan. 1 deadline for responses by a multitude of possible suppliers, including for air vehicle, engine and mission systems design. The solicitation kicks off the external phase of the Marines’ ...

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