FARNBOROUGH — Lockheed Martin is touting an export-friendly manned-unmanned teaming capability at the Farnborough air show, hoping to interest the U.K. as it ponders a midlife update for its AgustaWestland/Boeing WAH-64D Apache AH.1s. The VUIT system is based on equipment that was fitted to 48 U.S. Army AH-64Ds and deployed to Iraq to enable the Apaches to receive video from unmanned aircraft and send video to the ground. While the Army has developed an integrated system for the new ...
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