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 ...


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