The U.S. Army wants to replace Its helicopters with these

BELL HELICOPTER IS modifying the tilt-rotor technology featured in the existing V-22 Osprey for a smaller Army craft called the V-280 Valor which is pictured above. / COURTESY BELL HELICOPTER
BELL HELICOPTER IS modifying the tilt-rotor technology featured in the existing V-22 Osprey for a smaller Army craft called the V-280 Valor, pictured above. / COURTESY BELL HELICOPTER
NEW YORK - The popular view of U.S. Army aviation owes a lot to Hollywood. Think of an Army helicopter, and the below is probably what comes to mind—courtesy of dozens of films such as Platoon, Apocalypse Now, and even Good Morning, Vietnam. The Bell UH-1 “Huey” helicopter was a U.S. staple in Vietnam, while the 1980s-era…

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