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US Army puts out call for AAS flight demonstrations

26th April 2012 - 11:29 GMT | by Tony Skinner in London


The US Army has started the ball rolling on a “voluntary flight demonstration” of candidate aircraft for its Armed Aerial Scout (AAS) requirement, with the public release of a request for information (RfI) on 25 April.

Issued by the Armed Scout Helicopter (ASH) Program Management Office (PMO), the RfI said the army was seeking information on ‘commercial, commercial-modified, military, and conceptual air vehicle technologies’ as well as performance capabilities and technical data in support of any AAS acquisition.

‘Additionally, the ASH PMO is seeking information regarding industry's interest in participating in a voluntary flight demonstration of their existing air vehicles

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