A Niche For Textron’s Scorpion? USAF Warms To ‘Light ISR’

Credit: Scorpion: Textron
NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland—The U.S. Air Force is interested in looking more closely at the potential of Textron’s Scorpion aircraft as a “light”—or low-cost—alternative to current intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities. The Air Force is deciding whether to buy a cheap, off...

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