June 22 2012
The maiden flight of BAE Systems' Taranis unmanned combat air vehicle demonstrator has slipped until early next year, reports Flight International.
The air vehicle recently completed a series of radar cross-section pole tests at BAE's Warton site in Lancashire, company officials said.
Data are still being evaluated by the British Ministry of Defense, but early results look promising, said a company officer.
Separately, BAE Systems expects to receive a 15 million pound...
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