Boeing's ScanEagle Drones On

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Lots of defense contractors were showing off their wares at the recent Unmanned Systems 2013 conference in Washington, D.C. Among them was Boeing , whose Insitu ScanEagle drone has been providing intelligence and surveillance for U.S. soldiers since 2004.

To get an idea what these unmanned aircraft are capable of, our roving reporter Rex Moore sat down at the controls of a ScanEagle training simulator from Corsair Engineering, which provides a wide variety of training systems. In this video, Corsair's Rico Becker prevents Rex from sabotaging the mission.

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