UAV autonomy solution spurs Marine Corps to 'cross bins' with mission sets

By Justin Katz  
December 14, 2017 at 10:48 AM
A new technology for unmanned aerial cargo vehicles, demonstrated this week, is pushing the Marine Corps to change its thinking about mission sets, according to a service official. "What we found really is we have to cross our bins that we typically think of things in logically," Lt. Col. Dan Schmitt of the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory told reporters yesterday following a technology demonstration at Marine Corps Base Quantico, VA. Schmitt spoke from the sidelines of the final demonstration of...

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