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Apache project office demos national airspace trainer

Rucie Moore (right), technical lead for the Apache Block III National Airspace Trainer project, shows Lt. Col. Dan Bailey (left), AB3 product manager, how the system emulates capabilities of an unmanned aircraft system and relays video to the manned aircraft, enabling collective manned-to-unmanned teaming training while using two manned platforms. The idea for the AB3NAT was initiated by Bailey and borne out of lessons learned from the AB3 limited user test. (U.S. Army photo by Henry Norton, Apache Project Office)



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This work, Apache project office demos national airspace trainer [Image 2 of 2], by Sofia Bledsoe, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:02.02.2012

Date Posted:02.03.2012 14:41

Photo ID:518683

VIRIN:120202-O-#####-412

Resolution:3000x2400

Size:3.68 MB

Location:HUNTSVILLE, AL, USGlobe

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