Boeing's Unmanned Little Bird helicopter is gearing up for a second round of weapons testing at Yuma Proving Ground, Ariz., in November, according to Waldo Carmona, Boeing's general manager and director of advanced Army systems. During a previous round of tests at Yuma in August, the Unmanned Little Bird fired nine 2.75-inch rockets and three Hellfire missiles. Two of the missiles hit their target, while the third went into the ground and failed to detonate. The Defense Department ...
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