U.S. Army Confirms AAS Will Be New Start Or OH-58 SLEP
The U.S. Army has concluded the path forward for its Armed Aerial Scout (AAS) requirement is either a service life-extension program (SLEP) for the Bell OH-58D/F Kiowa Warrior or a new development program. After evaluating five off-the-shelf AAS candidates, “we did not find a single aircraft out...
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