It's name is "Mike".
Digital avionics suite. Embedded GPS and INS technology. Threat invisibility system. Onboard Integrated Vehicle Health Management System. Anhedral blades which generate more lift and hover capability and a rotor system with a wide-cored composite blade, which can stand up better to enemy gunfire. AN extra 100 shaft horsepower. New seats for the crew and pilots who sometime suffer from back injuries as a result of hard landings and seats contain variable-load energy attenuators, basically customized shock absorbers which allow the pilots to digitally dial in their weight. The pilot and crew seats will then "stroke" on seat support poles.
Anybody have a few extra million lying around that they don't need?
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