Russia’s New Unmanned Aircraft Crashes During Test

Credit: Orion crash
MOSCOW—Russia’s new Orion MALE (Medium Altitude, Long Endurance) unmanned aircraft crashed during flight trials near Ryazan on Nov. 16. As seen in photos, the prototype with side number 05 was heading to the Protasovo airfield located just few hundred meters from the crash site. It is used as a test...

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