I did some consulting for these guys a few years backhesham said:Hi,
the DARPA Morphing V/STOL UAV.
I work for these guyshesham said:Hi,
the Aurora VTOL UAV;
How is this different from the Scan Eagle already in service?hesham said:Hi,
the Insitu Group built the for Boeing the A-15 Scan Eagle as ship-based
You mean Flightblogger, or?fightingirish said:A week ago I read a quite interesting blog entry about new winglet designs. Can't find it now, but according to that blog, it seems to be the 'holy grail' in present aerospace engineering .
Yes & Thanks!!! ;Dmboeller said:You mean Flightblogger, or?fightingirish said:A week ago I read a quite interesting blog entry about new winglet designs. Can't find it now, but according to that blog, it seems to be the 'holy grail' in present aerospace engineering .
I think it has to do a lot with the philosophy, that the Global Hawk is a pure reconnaissance platform, nothing more. During the time when the Predator received its first weapons, I remember the same idea to do so with the Global Hawk. But the USAF and some other institutions killed that idea even before the initial study was done, because they didn't want to see not even the indication, that the Global Hawk is able to use weapons.quellish said:Interestingly enough, when Global Hawk originally won the Tier II+ ACTD, it was pointed out in AWS&T and other places that it was designed with hardpoints for decoys or ordinance. Since then I've rarely seen this mentioned.
Although I'm pretty sure they would have painted it, there appears to be a rectangular section on the forward fuselage that looks a bit like a cockpit window:donnage99 said:It's the 2018 or now more appropriately Next Generation Bomber concept from Boeing/Lockheed. I guess this is the unmanned version.
The best what I can offer.Angussky said:I saw pervious that someone place up the Saber warrior, I have been looking for the last hour for any side, front and back views. Anyone by chance have any? It would be appreciated, or heck a link will do.