The Army Is Betting on Aviation for the the Future of War

| March 1, 2018

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The U.S. Army believes that future high-end conflicts will require aviation assets, particularly helicopters, that are long range, fast-moving and highly lethal. Future military helicopters will need to lift more weight, generate greater power and use less fuel.

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