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MQ-25 Completes First U.S. Navy Carrier Tests

Anchors aweigh for #MQ25! The unmanned aerial refueler recently tested its ability to seamlessly integrate into U.S. Navy carrier operations. During the demonstration, Navy flight deck directors or "yellow shirts," as they're also known used standard hand signals to move the T1 test asset, just as they would with any other carrier-based aircraft. But, instead of a pilot receiving the commands, a Boeing MQ-25 deck handling operator beside the yellow shirt used a new handheld device to control the refueler's deck movements.

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