The U.S. Navy and Northrop Grumman are planning to wrap up the Unmanned Combat Air System (UCAS) flight test effort over the next week with a first-ever landing aboard the USS George H.W. Bush. This attempt to conduct an arrested landing of a stealthy, tailless unmanned aerial vehicle on a carrier deck is slated for the afternoon of July 10, says Capt. Jaime Engdahl, UCAS program manager. One of two UCAS demonstrators is expected to fly from NAS Patuxent River under supervision of a ...
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