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One Step Forward, Two Steps Back.

As someone who intimately follows the growing industry of war-based drones, I have held a special place in my heart for the Navy’s Unmanned Carrier-Launched Airborne Surveillance and Strike (UCLASS) program. 706 more words

Robots on the move

They fly, play soccer and heavy metal. They may outrun you in the woods. We’ve had UAV’s for some years, now they are not remote controlled, the are autonomous: 66 more words


Battle Lines Drawn Around the Legality of 'Killer Robots'

The U.S. Navy’s unmanned X-47B lands aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt.

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The Drone Index: Northrop Grumman X-47B

It’s the redemption of all UAVs. Proof that unmanned systems can replace piloted flight for good. The harbinger of a coming age.

The X-47B.

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