Army Flies OH-58F, Rethinks Armed Aerial Scout

Credit: U.S. Army
A U.S. Army-integrated upgrade for the Bell OH-58D Kiowa Warrior has entered flight-testing as the service surprised industry by declaring that no off-the-shelf (OTS) candidate can meet its requirements for the replacement Armed Aerial Scout (AAS). The first OH-58F flew at Redstone Arsenal, Ala., on...

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