Aeronautics’ Trojan UAS Combines Hover, Long Range

Aeronautics Trojan UAS
The Trojan UAS is designed for hovering missions at significant range.
Credit: Aeronautics
Israel’s Aeronautics Group plans to debut its latest uncrewed aircraft, the Trojan, at the Eurosatory show in Paris June 13-17. The company describes the tactical platform as a new category of aircraft that bridges the gap between the need to hover and the requirement for long range. At the end of...

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