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AUSA 2011: Waters clear on Kiowa replacement

12th October 2011 - 14:00 GMT | by Tony Skinner

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With the US Army starting to show its hand on the project to replace the Kiowa Warrior, industry in turn is shaping its response to the most likely acquisition strategy.

Following confirmation that the army is looking to a series of flight demonstrations of candidate Armed Aerial Scout (AAS) aircraft in 2012, company officials used the AUSA exhibition in Washington DC to reaffirm the maturity of their products.

Speaking to reporters at the exhibition on 10 October, Maj Gen Tim Crosby, PEO Aviation, revealed he was seeking $8.7 million to fund the demonstrations - which are not intended as a

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