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US Army to brief on Joint Multi-Role project

2nd November 2011 - 15:26 GMT | by Tony Skinner

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The US Army is reaching out to industry as it continues to shape its Joint Multi-Role vision, with an industry conference planned for 18 November.

According to the army's Aviation Applied Technology Directorate (AATD), the conference in Newport News, Virginia, will update industry on the current status of the JMR Technology Demonstrator (TD) programme.

‘It is clear that the capabilities demanded of the Department of Defense [DoD] future rotorcraft fleet cannot be achieved through incremental upgrades to the current fleet,’ the AATD said in a 2 November statement.

Under the JMR initiative, the DoD is looking to a family of

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