A160T Flights Stopped After Argus-IS Crash

Washington – Boeing has “voluntarily suspended” flights of the A160T Hummingbird unmanned helicopter after an aircraft crashed on April 17 in Victorville, Calif., while carrying the BAE Systems Argus-IS wide-area surveillance payload. Both the platform and its payload were damaged, says the U.S...

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