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The U.S. Army is working to develop a universal control interface for unmanned aircraft systems to let operators fly more than one type using the same controls.
Currently, the Army's 15W Soldiers are trained for a singular platform, which includes either the AAI RQ-7 Shadow or the General Atomics MQ-1C Gray Eagle. Training and Doctrine UAS command capability manager Col. Paul Cravey says a universal operator and control interface will be one of the biggest changes to the program.