The Future of Flight: Marines Test Out 3-D Printed Unmanned Aerial Systems

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U.S Marines with 2nd Marine Division recently tested remote tranquil qualification done by addition manufacturing, or 3-D printing, during Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. The unmanned aerial complement (UAS) car are designed to support to particular missions formed on distance, endurance, and carrying ability needs. By formulating a complement that is easier to set adult and some-more cost effective than normal UAS, a U.S. Army Research Laboratory hopes to change a approach infantry control assignments.

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