U.S. Maintaining Pace Of Aggressive Rotorcraft Development Efforts

The Bell 360 Invictus (left) and Sikorsky Raider X (right) are competing for the U.S. Army’s FARA program.
Credit: Bell/Sikorsky
The U.S. Army continues to move at a fast clip as it strives to field two new advanced rotorcraft in fiscal 2030, with key technologies to be tested in demonstration exercises this year while the development of competing aircraft continues. The Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA) program is...

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