Marine Corps considering range of options for large, sea-based UAS

By Lee Hudson / August 30, 2016 at 11:57 AM
With the Marine Corps on track for approval to begin a large, sea-based unmanned aerial system program, the service is looking at options like a derivative of Bell's V-280 to meet that need. Lt. Gen. Robert Walsh, deputy commandant for combat development and integration, told reporters during an Aug. 30 breakfast in Washington that if "it can land on a ship, we're interested in looking at it." Bell is pitching the V-280 as a solution for the manned Future Vertical...

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