U.S. Navy Details Plans For BAMS UAV

AVALON, Australia — The U.S. Navy plans its first Broad Area Maritime Surveillance (BAMS) unmanned aerial vehicle base to achieve initial operational capability in late 2015, covering the Persian Gulf, according the service’s BAMS program manager, Capt. Robert Dishman. Dishman says the U.S. is...

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