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By no longer having to invest a planned $1-2 billion into the EC-665ARH MLU, which was set out in the original capability document known as the AIR 87 Phase 3 Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter Capability Assurance Programme, will go towards a new fleet of light reconnaissance/ attack helicopters, as yet still to be identified.
ARH (Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter)--Program costs decreased $4,748.0 million from $5,259.7 million to $501.7 million (-90.5 percent), due to program termination during the Nunn-McCurdy certification process.
US- and European-based helicopter makers are taking new interest in a revived armed reconnaissance helicopter contract after a US Army decision to reassess its performance requirements.
Army for a key part on an armed reconnaissance helicopter. DRS, which has operations in Hudson and Fitchburg, has received more than $416 million since 2003 when it was initially awarded a five-year deal by the Army, the company said.
Following the contract award in the second half of last year to ITT Industries' Avionics division (Clifton, NJ) for the supply of integrated aircraft-survivability equipment (ASE) for the US Army's RAH-66 Comanche armed reconnaissance helicopter (see "Comanche ASE Contract Awarded," JED, November 2000, p.
In 2008, the subsequent program to replace Kiowas with Bell Helicopter's Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter was cancelled after it, too, suffered from ballooning cost overruns.
Looking for an affordable alternative, the US Army launched the Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter (ARH) contest.
For the September 2007 reporting period, there was a net cost increase of $7,653.5 million (+ 0.5 percent), due primarily to revised cost estimates for the Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter and the C-5 Reliability Enhancement and Reengining Program.
A second attempt to replace the aging fleet with the "armed reconnaissance helicopter" also failed for similar reasons.
The Army is facing delays of up to two years with Bell-Textron's new armed reconnaissance helicopter, and it is requesting $350 million to convert Boeing Apache models into high-tech Apache Longbows to fill the gap.
ARH (Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter) -- This is the initial SAR submission following approval to proceed into System Development and Demonstration (Milestone B) on July 26, 2005.