The U.S. Navy’s quest is to find a carrier-based unmanned aircraft that can refuel and extend the range of its fighters while flying over the ocean. The service is expected to choose one of the three remaining contractors to build four initial prototypes in August that could be operational by 2026, but the competition could mean billions of dollars for one of the following companies. The service could buy up to 72 aircraft. Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin simulated a deck-handling ...


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