U.S. Army Says Aviation Modernization Costs Unknown

Credit: U.S. Government
The U.S. Army has acknowledged that it will not know the costs of modernizing key aviation assets until the service begins negotiations with select companies, although the government’s top priority is affordability. Requirements for Future Vertical Lift are in flux, including the number of aircraft...

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