The U.S. Army is gearing up for its largest Future Vertical Lift (FVL) experiment to date in China Lake, California, this August, in which the service will demonstrate manned-unmanned teaming and network resiliency. The Architecture, Automation, Autonomy and Interfaces Low Altitude Launch demonstration is slated to kick off Aug. 27. The service is creating a replicated threat in a degraded and denied environment, Brig. Gen. Walter Rugen, FVL cross functional team director, told Aerospace ...


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