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U.S. Army Tests Hoverbike For Rapid Resupply
February 02, 2017
A UK-developed large quadrotor that can fly unmanned or manned is being flight tested by the U.S. Army as it develops requirements for a future joint tactical aerial resupply vehicle (JTARV). The Hoverbike developed by Malloy Aeronautics is being tested by the Army Research Laboratory (ARL) at...
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