U.S. Army Cancels Fixed-Wing Utility Aircraft Competition

Credit: U.S. Army
The U.S. Army has terminated a competition for up to 92 fixed-wing aircraft, with a government contracting notice published Aug. 28 saying that no acceptable offers were received in response to the formal request for proposals issued in January. The Fixed-Wing Utility Aircraft (FUA) program has been...

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