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Transformer Vehicle Sets for Flight Testing in California Next Month

A hybrid vehicle combining an off-road automobile and multirotor helicopter is set to become the world’s first roadable, vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft. A...

New X-Drone to Test Advanced Wing Design for Future HALE UAS

A new X-Plane designed and developed by Lockheed Martin Skunk Works is expected to fly this year, exploring new wing designs leading to the future development of slender, lightweight, high-aspect-ratio wings for use with high flying UAVs.

Boeing Conducts First Tests of High Power Microwave (HPM) Missile

successfully completed the first flight test of a counter-electronics missile carrying a high power microwave payload designed to zap enemy electronic system. CHAMP is a nonlethal weapon designed to neutralize electronic targets. It is considered a cost effective alternative to current kinetic (explosive) weapons, that cannot penetrate hidden, underground targets.

Skylark 1LE Adapts for the U.S. Military

The U.S.-Israeli UAS Dynamics joint venture has taken the Skylark 1LE mini UAV to new levels, enhancing its performance, mission capabilities and operability to...

New Composite to Improve B-2 Durability

The U.S. Air Forces' Research Laboratory (AFRL) has implemented Hot Trailing Edge (HTE) skin composed of AFR-PE-4 composite material on the B-2 stealth bomber....

Air Force Research Lab Completes Ground Collision Avoidance Flight Tests on...

The U.S. Air Force completed the final 103rd test flight in the testing for the Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System (Auto GCAS), part of...

New Propellers, Energy Sources Could Make Small UAVs Stealthier

The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is looking for means to reduce the acoustic signature of such UAVs. As part of this effort AFRL...

USAF Develops Aerial Refuelling Support for Unmanned Systems

The US Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) is developing Automated Aerial Refueling (AAR) capability for autonomous aerial vehicles under a $49 million AFRL program....
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