Poll: Should The U.S. Army Delay Either FARA or FLRAA To Make Sure Both Can Succeed?

Credit: U.S. Army

The U.S. Army has been experimenting with new types of helicopters that could increase speed and range for the last decade. Its two key programs, the Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft and Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft are reaching the stage of development where the service will have to make major financial commitments to them.

Should the U.S. Army delay either program to make sure both can succeed? Vote below. 

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Selecting Raider X and Defiant X is the only sane way forward. It would be wrong to opt for one or both of the less effective tilt rotor alternatives.