Pilotless Drone Makes First Landing At Sea

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A computerised drone the size of a fighter jet has completed a pilot's most difficult task unaided after landing on an aircraft carrier at sea for the first time.

Pilotless Drone Makes First Landing At Sea

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A computerised drone the size of a fighter jet has completed a pilot's most difficult task unaided after landing on an aircraft carrier at sea for the first time.
 
The US Navy's X-47B drone landed on the USS George H W Bush off the coast of Virginia, deploying a hook that caught a wire aboard the ship and brought it to a quick stop.
 
 
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