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The Seahawk was preferred to the NH-90
Bell Helicopter demonstrated a V-22 with forward firing capability at the U.S. Army Proving Ground in Yuma, Ariz.
The Army intends to use as many as 200 Lakotas, the military variant of the EC145, for its training mission.
Engine maker expands its affiliation with Textron-AirLand’s all-composite Surveillance/Light Attack Jet
The country intends to acquire 17 tiltrotors to accompany the creation of an amphibious brigade.
The Grob G120TP, Beechcraft T-6C and Embraer Phenom 100 will train future British military pilots.
Lesser known companies are making headway in Asia with lower-cost systems.
The new products for mission management and analysis provide intuitive and lightweight user interfaces, according to the company.
Contract award for the medium multirole helicopter has been postponed to next year’s second quarter.
Official attributes loss rate to pilots’ lack of combat experience; insufficient training; and insufficient intelligence on the threat.