Lockheed Unmanned Airship Makes Emergency Landing

AIRSHIP ANOMALY: Lockheed Martin’s unmanned, solar-powered, high-altitude/long-endurance airship demonstrator (HALE-D) made an emergency landing less than 3 hr. into its first flight from Akron, Ohio, on July 27. “The aircraft ascended as planned up to 32,000 ft. along the prepared flight profile...

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