Happy Monday, everyone. Below you'll find an interesting video to give you material to show your crazy uncle during the holidays.
Despite the title, this video doesn't show a UAV going cross country on a flatbed truck. It shows what looks like one of Northrop Grumman's X-47B drones being shipped to Naval Air Station Patuxent River in Maryland from California, a Northrop spokesman just confirmed to DT. Remember, the two X-47Bs are being sent to Pax River where they'll practice aircraft carrier take-offs and landings on a strip of runway painted to resemble a flight deck. After that, the drones will perform the real thing using this technology.
Yes, its shrink wrapped but you can clearly see the profile of the aircraft's nose and air intake beneath the packaging. You can also see the plane's landing gear, too.
Click through the jump for the video: