US Navy’s plans for refuelling drones


The Navy is studying the effects its new unmanned refueling aircraft could have on California’s Pacific coastline as it makes decisions on where to base the futuristic drone, reports.

Service leaders announced last week they want to base a squadron of 20 MQ-25A Stingray tanker drones, which leaders say will revolutionize carrier air wings, at Naval Base Ventura County in Point Mugu, California. The base is about 65 miles west of Los Angeles.


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