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  1. The Lockheed Martin Sikorsky-Boeing team completed mission profile flight tests for the Army's Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft (FLRAA) competition. "We fully demonstrated Defiant's ability to execute the FLRAA mission profile by flying 236 knots in level flight, then reducing thrust on the propulsor to rapidly decelerate as we approached the confined, and unimproved, landing zone," said Bill Fell, Defiant chief flight test pilot at Sikorsky and a retired U.S. Army Master aviator. A YouTube video released by "Team Defiant," dated Jan. 18, shows the helicopter flying at low-altitude operations in a wooded area at low-level speeds. It will fly soldiers and cargo into battle at more than double the speed of the Army's current helicopters. Defiant is competing with the Bell V-280 Valor tiltrotor aircraft for the FLRAA program. By the end of the decade, one of these high-tech helicopters could replace the Army's convention helicopters, like the Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk.
  2. They don’t miss screws or small parts at all. Especially not in very publicly facing areas of the plane.
  3. Can you drop us off at the WeWork at 85 Broad Street in the Financial District? Thanks to Boeing's (+0.20%) up-and-coming autonomous air taxi, hopping into a drone/cab/helicopter hybrid to get to work might not be a fantasy...especially now that Boeing's prototype for its driverless aircraft completed its first test flight this week. Here's what yellow cabs' next existential threat could look like: Via Boeing Maybe not as frightening as an Uber...well, until you consider that Boeing's linked up with Uber to map out a plan for a potential "Uber Air" launch by 2023. The skies will be crowded with competitors Fellow aerospace incumbents (i.e. Airbus and Textron subsidiary Bell) and tech firms like Intel are all trying to revolutionize the way you commute in the future. Don't worry, we've configured the Brew to load in any atmospheric layer. But expect turbulence. Air taxis use complicated software that'll require plenty of sign-off from safety officials before it can be implemented in any meaningful way. Per the WSJ, getting that approval could take years. https://www.morningbrew.com/stories/ground-control-to-major-tom/
  4. Russian media says passenger airliner from Dubai crashed while trying to land, killing all on board https://t.co/bPXHZ8zLKO — Chicago Tribune (@chicagotribune) March 19, 2016 via TheWorldNewsOrg via journal.theworldnewsmedia.org
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