Boeing's bet to self-fund development of the Phantom Ray unmanned combat air vehicle demonstrator may be about to pay dividends, with the company in discussions with several customers about government-financed demonstration activities. It embarked on the Phantom Ray to remain in the unmanned combat air vehicle (UCAV) game after losing the U.S. Navy demonstration program to rival Northrop Grumman's X-47. The goal is to be in a strong position to compete for the Navy's Unmanned ...

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