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The Jindivik was a recoverable target and reconnaissance drone. It could carry or tow a wide variety of targets and could also be fitted with camera pods.

The Jindivik had a low-set wing with remote-controllable control surfaces, a single turbojet engine set in the fuselage with a ram-type air intake opening just above the nose, wingtip pods for fuel or cameras, and a low-set, slightly drooping tailplane mounted forward of the tailfin.

Launch was from a remotely steered three-wheel...

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