Lockheed's Sikorsky and Bell Textron Inc. will compete for the U.S. Army's Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft program.
The aerospace company has halted its commercial and military-derivative aircraft operations in the Puget Sound region.
Army officials have selected the two firms that will move forward into the next phase of the effort to replace the UH-60.
Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein told the SASC that the tanker requires a "serious fix" to its Remote Vision System.
The U.S. Air Force may only want a handful of light attack aircraft, but U.S. Special Operations Command appears to want 75.
It’s official: the U.S. Air Force will call its new HH-60W combat rescue helicopter the "Jolly Green II."
The list of restored programs adds up to $194.9 million that was previously cut.
The sea services have laid out potential requirements for a "light" amphibious ship.
Lawmakers are hitting back against the Navy's plans to cut shipbuilding over the next several years.
The Army began slowing its JLTV acquisition strategy last year.