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Griffon unveils Boomer UAS derivative of Outlaw target

17th August 2009 - 07:00 GMT | by in Canberra


Alabama headquartered Griffon Aerospace has unveiled a tactical unmanned air system derivative of its Outlaw target drone with two units already sold to the US Air Force as part of an ongoing order by that service for air vehicles to be used as test beds for research and trials.

The ‘Boomer’ UAS is undergoing fast track development, with the first production standard aircraft being built just two months ago says Mark Dyess, a Griffon Aerospace design engineer.  That aircraft was displayed publicly for the first time at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International’s annual trade show in Washington 11-13

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