Boeing’s Australian-Made Loyal Wingman Air Combat Drone With AI-Driven Targeting System Completes Its First Test Flight

Warzone/The Drive: Australia's Potentially Game-Changing Loyal Wingman Drone Has Flown For The First Time
Boeing Airpower Teaming System is set to revolutionize how the Royal Australian Air Force fights and the drone's export potential continues to grow
Known as the Airpower Teaming System (ATS), Boeing Australia's new loyal wingman drone for the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) has taken to the sky for the first time. It's not clear exactly when the flight took place, but it occurred at the high-security RAAF Base Woomera and its surrounding range complex. The flight was originally supposed to occur around the end of 2020, but it was pushed back due to a number of factors.
More News On Boeing's Loyal Wingman Air Combat Drone Completing Its First Test Flight
Australian-made Loyal Wingman air combat drone with AI-driven targeting system completes first test flight — ABC News (Australia)
Boeing tests automated 'Loyal Wingman' jet in 1st flight — DW
Boeing Australia's 'loyal wingman' conducts maiden sortie — Flight Global
Boeing Tests Pilotless Combat Jet in Australia’s Outback — Bloomberg
Boeing's first fighter-like jet completes historic test flight — Axios
Boeing to base U.S. Air Force prototype on Australian pilotless combat jet — Reuters
Australian 'loyal wingman' to form basis of Boeing Skyborg effort — Flight GlobalOriginal Article

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