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NATO gives industry aim points for next-gen rotorcraft

Updated: Apr 27

NATO has published an unclassified list of required and desired attributes for its Next Gen Rotorcraft Capability (NGRC) and has invited industry to pitch ideas for meeting those requirements and partner with the alliance to build the future speedy vertical-lift aircraft.

Topics: NATO; Next Gen Rotorcraft Capability; NGRC; request for proposals; RFP; 15 attributes; specifications; industry day; NATO Industry Advisory Group; rotocraft

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