December 3, 2012

France Joins the Stealth Drone Club

John Reed, Killer Apps

AP Photo

Happy Monday. To kick this week off we thought we'd bring you these pictures showing that France has become the second nation in the world to (publicly) fly a stealth UAV. These images show Dassault's nEUROn (yes, it's really written that way) making its maiden flight in Istres on Dec. 1.

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