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Country of Origin: USA
The Dakota unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) system was designed to undertake a variety of missions using advanced autopilot, data link and control systems. The control system allowed a single operator to manage up to three Dakota UAVs simultaneously.
In U.S. service, the Dakota was primarily used to develop, test and demonstrate advanced UAV control technology.
The airframe had a tapered box-section fuselage, high-mounted constant chord wings with 4 degrees of dihedral and...
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