British Army Cleared To Fly Watchkeeper UAV

The British army has been cleared to begin flying the Watchkeeper unmanned aerial system (UAS). The long-delayed system received its initial release to service (RTS) documentation from the U.K. Military Aviation Authority (MAA) on March 5. The document allows British army pilots to begin training...

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