Definition of unmanned
1 : not manned an unmanned spaceflight
2 of a hawk : not trained
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The unmanned Falcon rocket blasted off Wednesday evening from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center.
Since that time, Hargraves has parlayed his enthusiasm for unmanned aerial vehicles into EagleEye, LLC, a business that specializes in real estate aerial photography.
A conversation with Army veteran and author Brett Velicovich on the complexities of intelligence gathering, the morality of drone warfare, and the future of unmanned aircraft.
As long as adaptation to obvious next-generation platforms (like unmanned aerial fighters) remains this slow and the services placidly accept their budget shares, the topline is adequate.
India initiated its request to buy 22 Guardian MQ-9B unmanned aircraft for maritime surveillance last year.
An unmanned aircraft assigned to Beale Air Force Base crashed Wednesday afternoon in an uninhabited area near Mount Whitney.
The new NightWarden tactical unmanned aircraft system is designed for missions including surveillance, targeting, attack and electronic warfare.
There are more than 20,000 unmanned aircraft systems, or UAS, registered in North Carolina, the state Department of Transportation said.
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Definition of unmanned for English Language Learners
: not carrying or done by a person
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