All of the helicopter units in the American Army have been put on hold.
The choice was made in response to many deadly accidents involving Army helicopters.
The Army will be able to undertake safety inspections and resolve any flaws thanks to the suspension.
The most recent collision took place in Alabama in April, leaving two people dead.
The length of the grounding has not been made clear by the Army.
Models of the Apache, Chinook, Black Hawk, and Lakota helicopters are among those that are susceptible.
The Army has made a point of emphasizing its dedication to maintaining the security of its soldiers and tools.
Concerns regarding the Army's helicopter fleet's preparedness have been raised in light of the incidents.