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Monday, September 14, 2015

Taranis stealth drone may see final test flights later this year

BAE TaranisBritain’s top secret stealth drone will complete its third and possibly final round of test flights later this year, the Ministry of Defence has said.

The £200 million Taranis programme, making the most advanced aircraft ever built by British engineers, will have achieved all its objectives if this year’s trials go well, officials said. No decision has been made on further tests.

The remotely-piloted drone, constructed by BAE Systems, is a “combat vehicle demonstrator” to test and develop technology for future generations of fighters and unmanned vehicles.

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