Gayler: Army on 'a path to reviewing and correcting' issues in aviation

By Courtney McBride / April 28, 2017 at 11:21 AM
NASHVILLE, TN -- The Army is working to address dozens of recommendations generated by a broad-based review of its aviation portfolio, the aviation branch chief said April 27. Maj. Gen. William Gayler told reporters at a conference hosted by the Army Aviation Association of America that the effort to integrate the findings of a Holistic Aviation Assessment Task Force (HAATF) is "going well." Lt. Gen. Kevin Mangum, until recently deputy commanding general and chief of staff at Training and Doctrine...

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