Heavy lift helicopter pioneer Kaman is advancing plans for a new unmanned production version of its K-Max rotorcraft. The company says the new model is set to meet demand for a variety of commercial and military missions that are not well suited to manned aircraft.
An early prototype of the K-Max unmanned air system has already proven its worth in this regard when it supported the U.S. Marine Corps in Afghanistan, resupplying troops with 4.5 million pounds of cargo over 33 months.
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