The Royal Air Force (RAF) has lifted the veil on its vision for fleets of low-cost, unmanned aircraft that could go on to accompany its fourth-, fifth- and sixth-generation fighters into operations. In an approach similar to the U.S. Air Force’s adoption of the Kratos XQ-58 Valkyrie for its Skyborg program, Australia’s Boeing-led Airpower Teaming System and the so-called remote carriers proposed for use with the Franco-German Future Combat Air System, the RAF is looking for a ...

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