Data from low-observability trials of Britain’s Taranis unmanned combat air vehicle (UCAV) demonstrator are set to feed into studies that could result in an Anglo-French UCAV in the 2030s. A veil of strict secrecy still surrounds the Taranis program and its flight trials being conducted at the remote and still officially undisclosed Woomera test site in Southern Australia in late 2013 and early 2014. Now the aircraft is back in the U.K. undergoing maintenance, ready for a possible ...
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