LOS ANGELES-Lockheed Martin Skunk Works unveiled a never-before-seen tailless UAV dubbed the X-44A at the Los Angeles County Air Show in California on March 24. Lockheed transported the diminutive swept wing UAV to the air show at Gen. William J. Fox Airfield from its nearby Skunk Works facility at the U.S. Air Force’s Plant 42 in Palmdale. The company says the aircraft first flew in 2001 as part of a “family” of vehicles, but declines to offer further ...

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