30 Mar '18, 2pm

Army Future Vertical Lift hones in on attack recon, long-range assault

The National Defense Strategy prioritizes lethality, McConville told a group of reporters at AUSA, and so the Army is “certainly aligning our future research and development and acquisition efforts to reflect what those priorities are. And when you think about it, certainly you could make the argument that a long-range assault helicopter increases lethality in some ways, but I could make probably a stronger argument that a future attack reconnaissance helicopter that is more lethal is going to provide more lethality to the force.”

Full article: https://www.defensenews.com/digital-show-dailies/global-f...

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