Pirates, You Have Good Company!

Biass, Eric H.
February 2008
Armada International;Feb/Mar2008, Issue 1, p24
The article features various aircraft models intended for anti-marine piracy surveillance. Some of the aircraft models cited are Integrator from Insitu, Fire Scout from Northrop Grumman, Mariner from General Atomics and Herin from Israel Aerospace Industries. Efforts of various governments to develop anti-piracy aircraft are cited.


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