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This is the U.S. Navy’s Edge: Unmanned Aerial Refueling at Sea


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The U.S. Navy and Boeing are putting the MQ-25 Stingray through its paces. The military service and defense contractor simulated aircraft carrier deck handling at a Navy facility in Norfolk, Virginia, last week. The Stingray fired up its engine and taxied, run by controllers on the simulated deck during the testing. 

The highly anticipated platform will bring an important new capability to the United States Navy, primarily as an aerial refueling platform, but also with the potential to become an unmanned node in the United States Navy’s intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance network. 

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