U.S. Army Studies Unmanned Chinooks, Black Hawks For Cargo

BUILDING BRIDGES: U.S. Army officials are conducting a study of whether to “optionally man” the Chinook and Black Hawk fleets to bridge the gap until a standalone cargo unmanned aerial system (UAS) is developed. But even that “might not be the ultimate answer to a cargo UAS,” says Glenn Rizzi, UAS...

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