After years of industry pushback, US Marine Corps concedes MUX too complex

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The US Marine Corps’ ambitious plan to create a vertical-take-off-and-landing unmanned air vehicle that could carry out a long list of missions has been halted after years of warnings from US aerospace manufacturers that the envisioned aircraft would be expensive and require a lengthy development period.

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