Lockheed Video Shows MQ-25 Dropping Bombs
NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland—The U.S. Navy has no requirement for weapons on its carrier-based MQ-25A Stingray unmanned aerial refueling aircraft, but Lockheed Martin Skunk Works says there are no technical reasons why its proposed flying-wing aircraft could not also drop bombs. During a media...
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