LONDON—UK-based Straightline Aviation, the launch customer for Lockheed Martin’s LMH-1 hybrid airship, is investigating the potential of delivering health services from the aircraft. The company has signed a memorandum of understanding with RAD-AID International, a non-profit organization providing radiology health services. The two organizations have created the RAD-AID Straightline Medical Airship Program, which would deliver radiology, diagnostic medical imaging equipment ...

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