24 September 2021
by Pat Host
SDB1 bombs connecting in the course of the AFRL's Golden Horde networked collaborative weapons video on show at AFA Winter 2020 on 27 February 2020 in Orlando, Florida. The AFRL is working to keep away from duplication among the many many unmanned aerial car programmes it's experimenting with, as duplication might result in customized options that by no means get fielded or put into large-scale manufacturing. (Janes/Pat Host)
The US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is working to keep away from duplication among the many many unmanned aerial car (UAV) programmes it's experimenting with, because it might result in customized options that by no means get fielded or put into large-scale manufacturing.
Major General Heather Pringle, AFRL chief, advised reporters on 21 September on the Air Force Association's (AFA's) annual convention that it's important for the laboratory to take a number of approaches with manned-unmanned teaming (MUM-T) to grasp the know-how's numerous potentialities. She stated that, in early phases, there could also be some duplication because the AFRL must discover totally different areas and consider what's going to work greatest for particular functions.
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