UCAS Misses A Flight Due To GOES Failure

By Amy Butler abutler@aviationweek.com
Source: AWIN First

Engdahl says that while the vehicle was onboard the George H.W. Bush, operators conducted “multiple” command-and-control handoffs between land-based operators at Patuxent River and those on the carrier. And they were able to explore flight deck operations for the air vehicle.

Navy officials are expected to begin arrested landings of the X-47B in the summer.


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