The U.S. Air Force is probing the aerospace industry for its concepts for a new class of armed, long-endurance unmanned aircraft, called Hunter-Killer. But most of the aerospace industry's responses--from Northrop Grumman, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Aurora Flight Sciences and Lockheed Martin--remain shrouded in mystery. Roughly, it appears five concepts are being offered. Northrop Grumman aggressively spun up two designs, an unmanned version of Scaled Composites' Proteus ...

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