U.S. Navy’s BAMS-D To Fly On As Triton Nears Deployment

Credit: Global Hawk: USAF
The U.S. Navy’s Broad Area Maritime Surveillance Demonstrators (BAMS-D), early-model Global Hawks acquired to develop operating concepts for large, persistent unmanned aircraft, were first pressed into active service in January 2009 and have remained on continuous deployment ever since. Now Northrop...

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