OPINION: Can US Army afford its helicopter vision?


​When the US Army exited the Vietnam War, there was a vision for its aviation branch. A breakthrough, high-speed helicopter – Lockheed’s AH-56 Cheyenne – was already cancelled, but the seeds of a comprehensive modernisation strategy had already taken root. Within a decade, it fielded the Sikorsky UH-60 and Boeing ...

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