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and Eric Palmer, "Funding for USAF's Light Attack Armed Reconnaissance Aircraft," ELP Defens(c)e Blog, 9 December 2009, accessed 4 August 2010, http:/ericpalmer.
Army's Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter (ARH) Product Office--specifically, while serving on the proposal evaluation team.
The medium-altitude, long-endurance aircraft is primarily used for conducting armed reconnaissance.
This decision is being considered along with a decision to restructure the armed reconnaissance squadron to a design featuring three troops of OH-58 Kiowa Warriors and two platoons in Shadow tactical unmanned systems," Thurman added.
Walpole makes no excuses for his views on how armed reconnaissance could and should have "contributed to the land/air battle.
As the most combat-proven unmanned aircraft system in the world, the Predator UAS provides continuous and persistent armed reconnaissance and battlefield support to ground troops.
2 percent), due primarily to the termination of the Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter (ARH) program during the Nunn-McCurdy certification process.
Created in 1996, OCCAR manages major common arms programmes such as Airbus A400M, the Tiger armed reconnaissance helicopter or the multi-mission European frigate (FREMM).
Army Common Sensor Payload for the Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter.
Today's IDM V304(TM) resides on the Apache Longbow, Kiowa Warrior, Chinook, Blackhawk, and the new Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter (ARH).
Each ship will preferably be able to transport up to 1,000 personnel, have six helicopter landing spots, and provision for a mix of troop lift and armed reconnaissance helicopters," he said.
Armed reconnaissance helicopters can then be called in once the raid has begun to provide local security to the ground force.