Boeing MQ-25 Test Asset Suffers ‘Water Intrusion'

Credit: U.S. Navy
Boeing’s MQ-25 carrier-based unmanned refueling test asset is out of commission because of “water intrusion,” according to a U.S. Navy official. “I think it’ll be back to play in the next week or two,” Vice Adm. James Kilby, deputy chief of naval operations for warfighting requirements and...

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