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Steve Trimble
The US Navy and Boeing demonstrated that two unmanned EA-18Gs can be controlled by a third, manned EA-18G. I had no idea they were even thinking about doing this.
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The Dude Feb 4
Replying to @TheDEWLine
AI took his job.
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U F O Feb 4
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Ryan Chan 陳家翹 Feb 4
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This is a huge development I guess?
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Steve Trimble Feb 4
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Not clear to me it’s especially huge. Airborne MUMT tech has been around for some time. This application is new. Not clear yet if it was one-off demo or proof of concept to fulfill planned upgrade. Trying to get those details now.
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Gareth Jennings Feb 4
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Excellent, so now the poor guy in the back who is doing the work of three Prowler crewmen now has two other aircraft to fly also.
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Chris Servello Feb 4
Really cool
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fozzie Feb 4
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Are they using a PS4 or Xbox controller?
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Dave Feb 4
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Wow, that is really something.
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Dave Feb 4
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Top Gun 3: Revenge of the Drones.
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TAOG Feb 4
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If they just want to verify the manned-unmanned teaming capability, why don't they just use a real and existed UAV, like UTAP-22 or others? “This technology allows the Navy to extend the reach of sensors while keeping manned aircraft out of harm’s way,” Brandt said.
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TAOG Feb 4
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I mean what is the purpose for modifying the EA-18Gs into unmanned system in this experiment?
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