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Here's an optionally-manned helicopter called the K-MAX that already has delivered over 3 million pounds of cargo...

Here's an optionally-manned helicopter called the K-MAX that already has delivered over 3 million pounds of cargo since entering service in late 2011. That's a fascinating fact, but also frustrating, since the cargo was meant for warfare. What if these unmanned aircraft were dropping food aid all over the globe, instead? Via sUAS News and Gary Mortimer 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A78cEoSk3C4

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  1. Point taken. Now to influence those to good.

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  2. They very nearly sent one to Japan to water bomb at Fukushima some Marines have emailed sUAS News to tell us just how much they love the sound of this one coming over the hill. OPV is the term Matthew, Optionally Piloted Vehicle. Have a ferret around for the beacon used to mark the drop point....

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  3. Fascinating - I had no idea it was planned to be used at Fukushima. OPV makes sense.

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