Breakthrough technologies drive transitions, solutions at Army Aviation summit

April 11, 2022
New aircraft and systems being developed by Army Futures Command will improve endurance, power and speed, Maureena Thompson reports for Army Future Command.

AUSTIN, Texas - Current and planned efforts to modernize Army Aviation were primary topics of discussion during this week’s 2022 Army Aviation Mission Solutions Summit in Nashville, Tennessee, Maureena Thompson reports for Army Future Command. Continue reading original article.

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11 April 2022 - During a speech at the summit on Monday, Lt. Gen. Thomas H. Todd III, Deputy Commanding General for Acquisition and Systems and Chief Innovation Officer at Army Futures Command, emphasized that innovating quickly and boldly across multiple fields of activity within aviation will be paramount in achieving future operational success.

“There are all kinds of things in the future that the rest of the Army is counting on Army Aviation to sense, see and potentially target and engage,” Todd explained.

Todd detailed how Army Futures Command has been diligently analyzing, testing and developing breakthrough technologies — such as Air Launched Effects, integrated fires, directed energy weapons and more rapid and effective data networks — to enable decisive victories on future battlefields.

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