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Named by Smithsonian’s Air & Space magazine as one of the top ten aircraft that changed the world, Predator is the most combat-proven Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) in the world. Providing essential situational awareness for the warfighter, Predators continue to excel in combat missions focusing on Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR), targeting, forward air control, laser designation, weapons delivery, and bomb damage assessment. First flown in 1994, Predator is the first-ever weaponized UAS and features precision air-to-ground weapons delivery capability. Offering unprecedented reliability, Predator has the highest operational readiness rate in the U.S. Air Force and is also operational with the U.S. Navy, U.S. Government, and the Italian Air Force.
Flying up to 25,000 feet and with an endurance of 40 hours, Predator incorporates numerous payloads, including Electro-optical/Infrared (EO/IR) video cameras, laser designators, and Hellfire missiles. Additionally, the aircraft may be equipped with GA-ASI’s Lynx® Multi-mode Radar, a highly sophisticated all-weather radar that displays photographic quality imagery of targets.
The U.S. Army’s Predator variant, the I-GNAT® ER/Sky Warrior® Alpha, provides the precision capability to detect, identify, track, and engage time-sensitive targets in support of Army and U.S. Marine Corps ground forces.
|Max Altitude||25,000 ft|
|Max Endurance||40 hr|
|Max Airspeed||120 KTAS|
Jun 28, 2013
Predator 107 Soars Past 20,000 Flight Hours
Mar 07, 2011
Air Force accepts delivery of last Predator