Armada International's Compendium of Drones

June 2011
Armada International;Jun/Jul2011 Suppleme, Vol. 35, p16
The article features several unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) including the A160T Hummingbird from Boeing, the Aerosky from Israel Aerospace Industries, and the Camcopter S-100 from Schiebel.


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