U.S. Army Says It Needs Human Intervention For Scout Recon Missions

The major takeaway from the first phase of the analysis of alternatives (AOA) being done for the U.S. Army’s scout helicopter replacement program is that the service needs a “man in the loop” for reconnaissance, targeting and related missions, says Col. Bill Morris, Army aviation director. “A mix of...

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