UK’s Magma UAV To Demonstrate Flapless Fluidic Flight Control

Credit: BAE Systems
A flight-test program this spring will attempt to prove supersonic air bled from an engine can provide directional control equivalent to conventional flying surfaces. The program also is aimed at investigating the potential of using exhaust vectoring to replace vertical tails. Possible applications...

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