U.S. Army Seeks Fixed-Wing Utility Aircraft Prototypes

Credit: Sierra Nevada Corp.
NASHVILLE, Tennessee—The U.S. Army may ask industry to prove it can meet the requirements of the Fixed-Wing Utility Aircraft (FUA) program after it rejected Sierra Nevada Corporation’s (SNC) modified Beechcraft King Air 350CER on technical grounds. The service has begun engaging with the 103-member...

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