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Anyone know what is this RPV?

Thu Mar 09, 2017 12:43 pm

I visited the Singapore Air Force Museum recently. Not much to see as there are only a handful of retired military aircraft. Two drones were hanging from the ceiling, one of which is the IAI Scout. The other of a conventional front single-engined propeller-driven high wing monoplane planform got me stumped. Some reviews mentioned that the two RPVs are the Scout and the Mastiff. I recognized the twin-boom Scout but the other is definitely not the Mastiff as both are quite similar in configuration. The attached photo shows the drone in question above the Cessna 172.
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