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Sky Range: Faster, Cheaper, Better

Updated: Apr 27

Hypersonic missile testing is going airborne. North Dakota has launched a new program called Sky Range that will accelerate the testing needed to put advanced capabilities into the arsenals of U.S. warfighters at high speed. And UAS will play a key role in implementing it. Sky Range is literally a test range in the air. Read about it in this article.

Topics: Hypersonics, testing, North Dakota, Sky Range, UAS, U.S. Air Force, research and development, Range Hawk, hypersonic missiles, Global Hawk Block 20s, Grand Sky, Senator John Hoeven, General Atomics, Northrop Grumman

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