More companies are declaring their interest in the U.S. Marine Corps’ emerging MUX requirement for a long-range, long-endurance expeditionary unmanned aircraft system (UAS). A request for information from industry on the multimission UAS is expected by year-end. Boeing is studying a tailsitting vertical-takeoff-and-landing (VTOL) design as one of several potential configurations for MUX, while Piasecki Aircraft Corp. is pursuing a tilting ducted fan concept derived from a VTOL UAS ...

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