Dynetics To Resume Gremlins UAS Airborne Recovery Tests

In November tests, the X-61 came close to docking, but dynamics and latencies prevented an airborne recovery.
Credit: Dynetics
Having identified a solution to issues that have so far prevented the successful airborne recovery of an unmanned aircraft under DARPA’s Gremlins program, Dynetics plans to resume flight tests in the fall with the goal of demonstrating the recovery of four air vehicles within 30 min. The goal of...

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