20 Years After First Flight, General Atomics Reimagines MQ-9 Role
Neal Blue’s original idea for what became the feared MQ-9 Reaper was not an armed unmanned aircraft system at all, or even a military reconnaissance platform. The founder of General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. (GA-ASI) instead proposed in the late 1990s a new turboprop-powered and medium...
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