Modified Predator B Concept Offers STOL Capability

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A “Big Wing” version of the Predator B reduced the take-off roll to 3,000 feet.

Credit: GA-ASI

A Predator B unmanned aircraft system is capable of being reconfigured for short take-offs and landings (STOL) to a few “hundred feet,” the director of General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc. (GA-ASI) told Aerospace DAILY November 15. The original Predator Configuration B can take off in 7,500 ft. TO…

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