Royal Navy invests in Boeing's unmanned maritime surveillance aircraft

Andrew Elwell
Posted: 06/26/2013

The Royal Navy has invested in its unmanned maritime surveillance capabilities after announcing a £30 million deal for Boeing’s ScanEagle. Built by Boeing defence UK subsidiary, Insitu, the unmanned aircraft has a wingspan of 3 metres and weights 22 kilograms and can be launched from navy vessels using a pneumatic catapult. The

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Andrew Elwell
Posted: 06/26/2013

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