Royal Navy Plans To Explore Rotary-Wing UAS

By Tony Osborne
Source: Aviation Week & Space Technology
October 14, 2013
Credit: AgustaWestland

The U.K. Royal Navy is widening its focus on the potential of shipborne unmanned aerial systems (UAS).

While much of its attention has been on the development of a carrier strike capability with the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and two new aircraft carriers, commanders are eager to broaden the intelligence-gathering capability of the navy's surface fleet.

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