Proteus, the Shape Chancier

Biass, Eric H.
April 2005
Armada International;Apr/May2005, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p44
Features the Proteus unmanned bomber developed by Northrop Grumman. Weapon drop test conducted in the Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada for the Proteus; Factors that led to the decision to use the Proteus in the test. INSETS: Proteus. Er, Whom?;Untitled.


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