L-3 Achieves First Flight Of U.S. Army Emarss-M Prototype

Credit: L-3 Mission Integration
The lead aircraft of a U.S. Army program to upgrade Beechcraft King Air 350ER-based MC-12Ws to the multimission Emarss airborne reconnaissance standard has flown for the first time. L-3 Mission Integration of Greenville, Texas, announced the inaugural-flight milestone of its Enhanced Medium Altitude...

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