US Army starts work on future attack-recon helicopter


May 16, 2018 11:11 AM - 3 months, 3 days, 40 minutes, 33 seconds ago


The Army is now crafting early requirements for what is expected to be a new attack helicopter -- beyond the Apache -- with superior weapons, speed, maneuverability, sensor technology and vastly-improved close-combat attack capability....

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