Lockheed 'Skunk Works' chief outlines vision for manned-unmanned teaming with 'expendable' systems

By Tony Bertuca / July 11, 2022 at 5:47 PM
The new head of Lockheed Martin's "Skunk Works" team says the company has begun fleshing out its approach to the future of aerial warfare -- manned-unmanned teaming, with plans for a " distributed concept " that would join a variety of aircraft in the skies enabled by artificial intelligence and machine autonomy, especially lower-end, more "expendable" assets. John Clark, who became Skunk Works chief in March after logging more than two decades at the company, told reporters today Lockheed has...

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