1 May 2014
In an interview with Flightglobal, Bob Ruszkowski, Lockheed Martin’s capture director for the U.S. Navy’s Unmanned Carrier-launched Airborne Surveillance and Strike (UCLASS) program, said that the company’s flying wing UAV design adds an inherent stealth capability that is important for the Navy. He also stressed that Lockheed’s design for the UCLASS program will include an open systems architecture, which will allow it to easily be upgraded over time. While a draft request for proposals was recently issued, Ruszkowski would not discuss any of the details of what it included. (Image Credit: Wikimedia)
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