The U.S. Army is eying improvements to its burgeoning Manned/Unmanned Teaming (MUM-T) technology work to link the service’s unmanned intelligence aircraft with its helicopters. Eventually, Army officials want to develop technology to allow for AH-64E Apache attack helicopter pilots to remotely fire weapons on the Gray Eagle. They also hope to pipe in reconnaissance data from other Army unmanned aerial systems (UAS), and eventually manned aircraft as well, according to Doug Wolfe, ...

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