UAV Tests its Sea Legs

Burgess, Richard R.
May 2005
Sea Power;May2005, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p12
Focuses on the plans of the U.S. Navy to conduct a number of experiments called the Global Hawk Maritime Demonstration, using the Air Force unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that performed with great success in recent conflicts. Development of a concept of operations for the persistent intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance of wide swaths of the world's oceans by UAV; Participation in Trident Warrior '05; Simplicity of the concept of using a persistent UAV for maritime surveillance.


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