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Country of Origin: France
The MART (Mini-Avion de Reconnaissance Telepilote) was a small, relatively simple remotely piloted vehicle system that was developed for the French army. It was intended to support the army at the divisional level, in particular producing targeting data for the license-built multiple launch rocket system (MLRS) batteries.
The MART system consisted of six air vehicles, one truck-mounted ground-control station (GCS) towing a 10 kVA generator, one flatbed air vehicle transport truck...
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