U.S. Army Leads Ongoing Record-Breaking Zephyr HAPS Flight

Airbus Zephyr UAS
Credit: Airbus
The U.S. Army says it is behind an ongoing test flight of Airbus’ Zephyr high-altitude pseudo-satellite (HAPS), which has broken the record for longest-duration uncrewed aircraft system (UAS) mission. An Army statement dated July 21 announced the Zephyr had flown 36 days. It was still airborne over...

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