U.S. Army Watching Engine As It Keeps FARA On Fast Track

PHILADELPHIA—As it strives for fast-paced development of an advanced armed-scout rotorcraft, the U.S. Army is sticking to plans to power prototypes with the Improved Turbine Engine (ITE) despite a protest that has stopped work on the new 3,000-shp-class turboshaft. “At some point later this year we...

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