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jueves, 28 de mayo de 2015

X-47B UCAS Aviation History Under Way.

Northrop Grumman's X-47B unmanned combat air system demonstrates how to successfully takeoff and land from the deck of a moving aircraft carrier.

The Navy successfully conducted take-offs and landings from the nuclear aircraft carrier,     the USS George H.W. Bush, with a new stealth jet called the     X-47B.  What is so different about this plane is the fact that it is a    'drone'.   It is completely unmanned.  Drones come in     all sizes and the X-47B is likely one of the larger ones.  What is so ironic about all of this is the fact that the enemy cannot     detect a plane like this in the first place.  In the unlikely     event they get lucky at shooting one down, there will be no human    loss of life or captivity.  As you view the flight deck crew     signaling the plane, they are simply signaling the on-board cameras,     who in turn are being manned by staff inside the command     intelligence center (CIC) on board the ship.  Also check out the short distance this plane needs for a takeoff.

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