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UAS Roadmap, full-spectrum CABs hot topics at Army Aviation convention

UAS Roadmap, full-spectrum CABs hot topics at Army Aviation convention

FORT WORTH, Texas: Day one of the annual Army Aviation Association of America convention in Fort Worth, Texas, opened April 15 with remarks by AAAA president, retired Brig. Gen. Rod Wolfe, and a welcome from the host commander, Maj. Gen. […]


RQ-11B RAVEN

RQ-11B RAVEN

Mission The RQ-11B Raven small unmanned aircraft system provides real-time direct situational awareness and target information for Air Force Special Operations Command Battlefield Airmen and Air Force security forces. The Raven falls into the class of Air Force small UAS […]


Indra Develops Unmanned Helicopter for Naval Missions

Indra Develops Unmanned Helicopter for Naval Missions

Indra, with the support of the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism along with the Ministry of Defence, started up an R&D project to develop an Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) of rotary wings and with dual use, either for civil […]


Planning and Training Strategy Needed for Unmanned Aircraft Systems

Planning and Training Strategy Needed for Unmanned Aircraft Systems

The Department of Defense (DOD) requested about $6.1 billion in fiscal year 2010 for new unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and for expanded capabilities in existing ones. To support ongoing operations, the Air Force and Army have acquired a greater number […]


Global Hawk Makes History With First Roundtrip Flight

Global Hawk Makes History With First Roundtrip Flight

Palmdale CA: Northrop Grumman’s RQ-4 Global Hawk unmanned aircraft system (UAS) made aviation history Feb. 2 when it successfully completed its first roundtrip flight from the company’s Palmdale, Calif., manufacturing facility. AF-20, a Block 30 Global Hawk built for the […]


Bat UAS Successfully Completes First Flight

Bat UAS Successfully Completes First Flight

SAN DIEGO: Northrop Grumman Corporation announced today that it has flown the first in a new series of Bat unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in January. Configured with a 12-foot wingspan, the Bat-12 incorporates a highly-reliable Hirth engine as well as […]


Bringing The Internet To The Skies Of Army Exercises

Bringing The Internet To The Skies Of Army Exercises

Ft Lauderdale FL: Soldiers participating in the U.S. Army’s recent Expeditionary Warrior Experiment (AEWE), Ft. Benning, Ga., were able to acquire unprecedented levels of knowledge about their surroundings thanks to the battlefield imaging and communications relay capabilities of Northrop Grumman’s […]


IAI-Made UAS in Operational Use by 5 Armed Forces in Afghanistan

IAI-Made UAS in Operational Use by 5 Armed Forces in Afghanistan

The Canadian, French, German and Australian air forces and the Spanish army have all chosen to employ Israel Aerospace Industries’ (IAI) Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) to support their troops fighting in Afghanistan. The Canadian and the French air forces have […]


Soldiers in Iraq Employ New Unmanned Aircraft System

Soldiers in Iraq Employ New Unmanned Aircraft System

CAMP TAJI, Iraq: Placing a new aircraft in a combat situation is a true test of its capabilities and future role within the Army. Unmanned aircraft systems have become a mainstay in military operations during Operation Iraqi Freedom; injecting new […]


 
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