US Army aviation undergoing changes to meet MDO requirements

U.S. Army aviation leaders are evaluating a series of fundamental changes to collective training, leadership, and doctrine to ensure the enduring fleet and future vertical lift platforms remain competitive within a multi-domain operational environment. "We are in the process of transforming Army aviation from fighting (counterinsurgency) operations to a focus on future peer threats," said Maj. Gen. David Francis, commander of the Army Aviation Center of Excellence. Devon Suits, Army News Service, reports.

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Soldiers from 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, visit Bell's flight facility in Arlington, Texas, Oct. 28, 2020. The Soldiers provided feedback on the V-280 Valor cabin configuration that will inform Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft requirements from a user's perspective. (Picture source: Luke Allen)

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