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US Air Force Deflates the Blue Devil II Airship

The US Air Force has decided to terminate the Blue Devil II Airship (BD2) project. Air Force representatives have given the prime contractor, MAV6 LLC, notice to discontinue work on the program due to unacceptable performance and recurring failures to meet minimum operating standards.

Boeing Awarded $30 Million for A160T Transport UAVs to Support U.S....

The U.S. Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) has awarded Boeing a contract worth close to $30 million for the delivery of unmanned cargo...

Update: The Marines Want Cargo-UAS Now

While DARPA's dream of TX Transformers hopping supplies and personnel through the sky, avoiding roadside IEDs and ambushes, the Marines in Afghanistan need a...

DARPA’s Foliage-Penetrating Radar Tested on the A160T Hummingbird

October 25, 2009: Boeing A160T Hummingbird unmanned helicopter successfully completed 20 test flights testing the Foliage Penetration Reconnaissance, Surveillance, Tracking and Engagement Radar (FORESTER),...

The U.S. Marines Explore Unmanned Cargo Delivery

The U.S. Marine Corps is seeking new ways to support troops fighting in Afghanistan, and is exploring how unmanned vehicles could be utilized for...

Boeing Submits Proposal for USMC Unmanned Cargo Aircraft Demonstration

The U.S. Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory is evaluating new means to resupply forward units, among the systems to be evaluated is the A160T Hummingbird developed by...

Rotary-Wing Drones at the 2007 Paris Airshow

Rotary-wing UAVs are also maturing rapidly, with the growing demand for UAVs to support naval vessels operating in the littorals, as well as on...

A-160/160T Humingbird

The Boeing Company successfully completed the first flight of the A160T Humingbird unmanned rotorcraft June 15, 2007 from an airfield near Victorville, California. During...
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