Test flights of the midaltitude unmanned air vehicle (MUAV) have begun at a Republic of Korea Air Force base, revealing additions including what appear to be weapon pylons. The surveillance aircraft, dimensionally larger than the General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper and comparable in weight, also now has a second big belly radome. An attack capability for the MUAV has been foreshadowed in a number of media reports, among the many such reports evidently based on official leaks about the ...

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