The U.S. Naval Air Systems Command said the aircraft -- the first fixed-wing unmanned aerial system designed for use from an aircraft carrier -- was tested at Edwards Air Force Base in California and then trucked to the Naval Air Station at Patuxent River, Md.
"The transition to Pax River is a highlight for the program," said Capt. Jaime Engdahl, Navy UCAS program manager. "We are working toward demonstrating the aircraft's ability to operate on and around an aircraft carrier."
The X-47B is 38.2 feet long and has a wingspan of 62.1 feet. It is powered by a Pratt and Whitney engine, cruises at subsonic speed, has a range of 2,100 nautical miles and can fly as high as 40,000 feet.
It also features two weapons bays for ordnance.
The X-47B first took to the air in February.
The Navy said the aircraft will undergo carrier suitability testing, including use with catapult and arresting gear.
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