Feb 18, 2014

Taranis UCAS may use vectoring thrust

BAE Systems' Taranis unmanned combat air system demonstrator is designed to defeat new counter-stealth radars, and may use thrust vectoring as a primary means of flight control and an innovative high-precision, passive navigation and guidance system, an AW&ST analysis indicates.
Taranis is a blended wing-body shape with no tail surfaces, all-aspect stealth. The demonstrator may be designed so that functional weapon bays and sensors can be installed for a follow-on program.

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