UNmanned Unmanageable?

Actually, the historical landing of an unmanned aircraft on a carrier deck is no big deal (AW&ST July 15, p. 25). U.S. Navy aircraft land routinely on carriers with no control input from the pilot on board. Automated landings have been around for quite a few years. And other military and commercial...

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