Marine Corps conducting initial operational testing for VH-92A presidential helicopter

By Aidan Quigley / February 26, 2021 at 12:33 PM
The Marine Corps started its initial operational test and evaluation for the new VH-92A presidential helicopter earlier this month, program spokeswoman Megan Wasel told Inside Defense Friday. Testing started Feb. 8 at Marine Helicopter Squadron One in Quantico, VA and is expected to take approximately 60 days, Wasel said. The VH-92A is set to replace the current VH-3D and HV-60N presidential helicopters. "IOT&E will cover the range of mission sets necessary to support the presidential helicopter missions," Wasel said...

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