Boeing Looks To Return Phantom Eye To Flight

Credit: Credit: Boeing
Edwards AFB, Calif. — Boeing is hoping to return the liquid hydrogen-fueled Phantom Eye unmanned aircraft demonstrator to flight this year after the air vehicle suffered damage on landing following its June 1 first flight. The root cause analysis and damage assessment of the Phantom Eye is now near...

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