Optionally Piloted K-Max Offers Firefighting Flexibility

Credit: Lockheed Martin
Aerial firefighting aircraft are not permitted to fly at night, for safety reasons, and often cannot fly in the morning hours because of reduced visibility in smoke from wildland fires. The result is that air support can be available to firefighters on the ground for as little as a third of the day...

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