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QuadA2012: US Army readies for scout helicopter flight demonstrations

2nd April 2012 - 20:48 GMT | by Tony Skinner in Nashville, US

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The US Army aviation branch is hoping to get approval for flying demonstrations of potential candidates for its Armed Aerial Scout requirement by the end of April.

Speaking to reporters at the Quad A exhibition in Nashville, Maj Gen William Crosby, US Army PEO Aviation, said the branch was looking to release an RfI for the demonstrations to industry following approval by the Defense Acquisition Board.

An industry day will then be held for interested companies – Crosby expects five vendors to express interest – followed by flying demonstrations in mid-2012.

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