Only two months after government officials warned of a potentially year-long delay, the Russian military has completed the first flight of the Sukhoi S-70 Hunter unmanned assault aircraft, Russian news agencies reported on Aug 2.  The flight lasted more than 20 min. before a successful landing, state news agency TASS reported, citing an official statement circulated by the Ministry of Defense. The news reports did not provide a location for first flight, but the last known location of ...

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