Signs Point To Uclass Carrying Directed-Energy Weapon

The rigorous electromagnetic interference testing standards of the U.S. Navy’s planned carrier-based unmanned combat air system indicate the service wants the aircraft to be capable of firing a permanently installed, rechargeable anti-electronics weapon. Rather than being tested to an...

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