South Korea's MUAV program could be a blind for the country's intent to opt for Global Hawks
With little publicity, South Korean engineers are working on the largest and most complicated aircraft their country has built independently, an unmanned surveillance aircraft called MUAV. From the scanty information available, they seem to have a technically successful program on their hands, one that augurs well for their ambitious national industry. The problem is that it might turn out to be a fiscal failure. The first flight for the MUAV is now due in April, delayed from November ...
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