Italy’s Piaggio Aerospace is preparing to deliver the first operational P.1HH Hammerhead unmanned aircraft system (UAS) this summer. It has been a little over five years since the airframer first revealed its unmanned development work, but now a more capable successor to the Hammerhead is in the offing. With the backing of the Italian Air Force, the company is looking for support from Rome to design and develop the more capable P.2HH, an aircraft that Piaggio CEO Renato Vaghi says ...

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