U.S. Army’s Future Recon Helicopter Delayed By GE Engine Development
The U.S. Army is increasing its funding requests for the Future Vertical Lift program as the government-mandated engine for one of the helicopters has slowed progress on the Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft ahead of first flights next year. Army requests $468.7 million for FARA, $693.6 million...
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