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RAF’s Reaper Logs 10,000 Hours Over Afghanistan

RAF’s Reaper Logs 10,000 Hours Over Afghanistan

The RAF’s Reaper program has achieved the milestone of providing more than 10,000 hours of armed overwatch in support of UK and coalition forces in Afghanistan. The UK Reaper Remotely Piloted Air System (RPAS) has been deployed to Afghanistan since […]


Unmanned Aerial Vehicles a New Addition to CARAT Thailand 2010

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles a New Addition to CARAT Thailand 2010

SATTAHIP, Thailand: Cooperation Afloat Readiness and Training (CARAT) Thailand 2010 provides a unique experience for the U.S. Navy and Royal Thai Navy (RTN); but this year, a new technical aspect was added, as the Puma All Environment (Puma AE) evolutions […]


Boeing Unveils Unmanned Phantom Ray Demonstrator

Boeing Unveils Unmanned Phantom Ray Demonstrator

ST. LOUIS: The Boeing Company today unveiled the fighter-sized Phantom Ray unmanned airborne system, a test bed for advanced technologies. “We are on a fast track, and first flight is in sight,” said Darryl Davis, president of Boeing Phantom Works. […]


Army Surpasses 1 Million Unmanned Flight Hours

Army Surpasses 1 Million Unmanned Flight Hours

The Army’s one millionth Unmanned Aerial System flight hour marks a window in time through which to view a broader trajectory of explosive change and expansion — one in which the advent of UAVs in Iraq and Afghanistan have added […]


RQ-7B SHADOW 200 Unmanned Aircraft Systems for Australia

RQ-7B SHADOW 200 Unmanned Aircraft Systems for Australia

WASHINGTON: The Defense Security Cooperation Agency notified Congress today of a possible Foreign Military Sale to Australia of two RQ-7B SHADOW 200 Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), and associated equipment, parts, and logistical support for an estimated cost of $218 million. […]


European UAS Conference

European UAS Conference

The European Defence Agency (EDA) and the European Commission (EC) organize a first high-level European Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) on 1 July 2010 in Brussels. The conference marks a cornerstone in the efforts undertaken by the European Defence […]


Army: Little risk in proceeding with technology

Army: Little risk in proceeding with technology

WASHINGTON: While in agreement with other government agencies that “plenty of work” is still needed on robotics and sensor equipment to be fielded as “Increment 1 capabilities” to infantry brigade combat teams, the Army disagrees on the way ahead with […]


Watchkeeper UAV Makes First UK Flight

Watchkeeper UAV Makes First UK Flight

Thales UK today announces the maiden UK flight of the WATCHKEEPER unmanned air system (UAS). WATCHKEEPER flew for the first time in the UK on 14 April, taking off from dedicated facilities at Parc Aberporth in West Wales for a […]


Iran says its drones can gather intelligence, strike targets

Iran says its drones can gather intelligence, strike targets

Tehran: A top Iranian general said on Monday that the military’s newly produced aerial drones, which have aroused US concern, are capable of gathering intelligence and striking at targets. “We have made good advances and production is going on at […]


 
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