‘Need For Speed’ May Be Why U.S. Army Chose Bell And Sikorsky To Produce Prototypes For Its FARA Competition
Discover why these companies are in the race to provide the U.S. Army with it's next attack reconnaissance aircraft.
The U.S. Army has decided: The field of five competing designs for its Future Attack and Reconnaissance Aircraft (FARA) has been culled to just two.
The Bell 360 Invictus will face off against the Sikorsky Raider X in a ‘winner takes all’ fly-off in the fall of 2023. The winner from that fly-off can expect a lucrative contract to build hundreds of aircraft for the U.S. Army, and quickly.
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Next Steps for U.S. Army Aviation
Hear defense experts discuss the recent decision to down-select two companies for the U.S. Army's Future Attack Reconnaissance Program