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Taranis, a prototype unmanned combat aircraft of the future which was unveiled in July 2010, will test the possibility of the first ever autonomous unmanned combat air vehicle that would ultimately be capable of precisely striking targets at long range even in another continent.
Statistics show that a total of 53 drone attacks were carried out in Pakistan by the US unmanned combat air vehicles in 2009, killing 709 people, mostly innocent tribesmen including women and children, The News reported.
Losey also took first place in the documentation category for videography of flight tests of the X-45A unmanned combat air vehicle.
J-UCAS was formed last October by merging the Air Force X-45 and the Navy X-47 unmanned combat air vehicle programs.
It said its Precision Air Systems business had won a deal to supply its HiPPAG airborne high pressure air compressor for Boeing's X-45 Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (UCAV) programme.
We have a debate going on today about the Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle.
Support will be provided to both the F/A-22 and Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle Systems Program Offices over the next 12 months for the delivery of acquisition logistics, systems engineering and other program management services.