Navy Rethinks VTOL With Unmanned Technology In Mind
Graham Warwick (Washington)April 04, 2011
For the U.S. Navy, vertical-takeoff-and-landing has long been the answer to getting aircraft onto as many ships as possible. Cost and complexity has always been the enemy of VTOL, but unmanned technology has rekindled interest. Many ambitious, mostly unfeasible, ideas were tried in the heady years...
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