U.S. Navy Delays MQ-25 Program By Another 10 Months

An MQ-25 flies with a Cobham aerial refueling store.
Credit: Boeing
U.S. Navy officials have delayed the initial operational capability (IOC) for the Boeing MQ-25 Stingray by another 10 months, pushing the schedule for the uncrewed, carrier-based refueling aircraft to mid-2026, a new budget document shows. The latest setback means the IOC milestone is now expected...

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