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Army improving UAS effectiveness

The 11th UAS Warfighter Forum is an opportunity for attendees to confer openly and discuss issues to identify what the Army has done right,...

Aerial layer expands Army network during evaluation

Aerostat blimps and Shadow Unmanned Aircraft Systems configured with Joint Tactical Radio Systems, or JTRS, have been flying above the desert terrain at White...

Picture of Chinese Reconnaissance Drone Revealed

A Chinese website on Monday provided the first picture of the country's homegrown unmanned aerial vehicle, called "Xianglong." Although a small model appeared at...

Iran says it showed Russia downed US drones

Iran has shown Russia US drones it shot down over the Gulf, Revolutionary Guards aerospace commander Brigadier General Amir Ali Hadjizadeh was quoted as...

Helicopter lost over Libya is new US drone: officials

A drone helicopter that lost radar contact with NATO over Libya is a Fire Scout, an unmanned US chopper, defense officials said Tuesday, revealing...

US military, aircraft highlighted at paris air show

U.S. military pride, strength and technology are on display at the 49th International Paris Air Show at the Le Bourget Airport here June 20...

Thales completes flight demo for automatic landing of rotary wing UAVs

Thales has announced that it has successfully achieved, with its partner Boeing, the full automatic landing of a one ton class VTOL (Vertical Take...

France and Britain to work on military drone

France and Britain plan to set up a joint team to oversee the possible development of an unmanned military aircraft, French Defence Minister Gerard...

Fire Scout UAV Supports Operations in Afghanistan

The Navy’s Fire Scout is proving its intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) capability during its first land-based deployment in the U.S. Central Command area...

Policy Options for Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)

Unmanned aircraft systems have long held great promise for military operations, but technology has only recently matured enough to exploit that potential. The Department...