FARA Contenders Face Engine Schedule Pressure

Bell's Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft
Credit: Bellflight.com
FORT WORTH—Bell and Sikorsky both have passed the 85% assembly mark of their respective prototypes for the U.S. Army’s Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA) competition, but are facing increasing schedule pressure due to the expected delayed delivery of T901 engines from General Electric. The...
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