Army Wants Funding Increase for FLRAA, as Service Seeks Common Avionics Interfaces
The Army wants $75 million in Fiscal 2020 for risk reduction on the Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft (FLRAA)–nearly $43 million more than its budget request–as the service seeks common electrical, mechanical, and signal interfaces for the aircraft. Congress provided $19 million in Fiscal 2019 for FLRAA, and a simple Continuing Resolution (CR) will likely not […]
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