Taiwan’s Upgraded Naval UAS Faces Lengthy Testing Phase

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The Albatross II on display at the Taipei Aerospace & Defense Technology Exhibition.

Credit: Steve Trimble/Aviation Week
TAIPEI, Taiwan—A major upgrade of Taiwan’s Albatross uncrewed aircraft system (UAS) should be ready to enter operational service in two to three years, an official with the manufacturer says, speaking at the opening day of the Taipei Aerospace and Defense Technology Exhibition here Sept. 14. The...

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