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Kiowa Warrior upgrades alter aircraft profile

Kiowa Warrior upgrades alter aircraft profile

The newly updated Kiowa Warrior aircraft, the OH-58F, made a ceremonial “first flight,” April 30, at Redstone Arsenal, Ala. With new cockpit and sensor modifications installed, the OH-58F represents the first major upgrade or modernization to the Kiowa Warrior in 20 years. The “cockpit and sensor upgrade program,” called CASUP, converts OH-58D Kiowa Warriors into… Read more »

Source: US Army, 02-May-13

Apache Project Office contest produces name for AH-64E

Apache Project Office contest produces name for AH-64E

Announced this week at the Team Apache annual government industry meeting at the Boeing facility in Arlington, Va., the AH-64E will be known as the “Guardian.” (see full story)

Source: AL.com, 11-Jan-13

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US Army ‘retires’ last A model Apache helicopter

US Army ‘retires’ last A model Apache helicopter

It was a proud, historic and emotional moment for the Army and especially for the soldiers in the 1-149th Attack Reconnaissance Battalion. The last AH-64A Apache helicopter, aircraft 451, was “retired” from the Army and handed over to the Project Office for Apache Helicopters during a ceremony on Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base in Houston,… Read more »

Source: US Army, 18-Oct-12

Harris opens Alabama office to support US Army’s Redstone Arsenal

Harris opens Alabama office to support US Army’s Redstone Arsenal

Harris Corporation has opened a new office at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Ala. to support the communications and information technology needs of a diverse range of U.S. Army programs.  The Huntsville site is the fourth new Harris office opened in 2011 in direct support of U.S. Army requirements. The other offices are in Texas, Maryland andFlorida. In Huntsville, senior Harris management, employees and… Read more »

Source: Harris, 03-Oct-11