A U.S. Special Operations Command (Socom) A160T Hummingbird crashed Sept. 4 at Central Farm airfield in Belize during a demonstration there of the unmanned rotorcraft’s ability to handle the Forester foliage penetration radar. This is the second Hummingbird to crash this summer; one crashed in California in July during envelope expansion testing (Aerospace DAILY, July 30). Findings of that accident have not yet been released. The recent crash took place around 10 a.m. local time in ...
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