Further upgrades for the U.S. Army’s latest Textron Systems RQ-7Bv2 Shadow tactical unmanned aircraft system (UAS) will be fielded beginning later this year and will include enabling higher levels of manned-unmanned teaming (MUM-T). The Army began fielding the Shadow v2 in January and plans to equip every combat aviation brigade (CAB) under its Aviation Restructuring Initiative, which replaces the Bell OH-58D Kiowa Warrior armed scout helicopter with Boeing AH-64D/E Apaches teamed ...

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