Boeing Phantom Eye Prototype To Retire To Flight Test Museum

Credit: Boeing’s Phantom Eye being towed in pieces to the Air Force Flight Test Museum's restoration hangar: U.S. Air Force
Two years after its ninth and final flight, Boeing’s high-altitude, long-endurance Phantom Eye UAV subscale prototype is to become an exhibit at the Air Force Flight Test Museum at Edwards AFB in California. The company-funded stratospheric demonstrator was designed to stay aloft for four days while...

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