U.S. Army Takes Next Steps In Unmanned Medevac Research

Credit: DP-14: Dragonfly Pictures
As it continues to evaluate whether unmanned aircraft can be used for casualty evacuation, the U.S. Army plans to instrument a tandem-rotor Dragonfly Pictures DP-14 to assess whether a UAV can be built to support human life while airborne. With a gross weight of 900 lb., the DP-14 is designed to...

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