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I-Gnat

Definition/Scope: The GNAT systems offer the combination of long endurance (over 40 hours), large payload capacity, ease of use and low maintenance while providing a very low cost-per-flight-hour. The I-GNAT is an improved version of the original GNAT-750 and is designed to takeoff and land conventionally from any hard surface. GNAT aircraft systems are in operation with U.S. and foreign customers.



Broader Terms:

Army aircraft
Reconnaissance, Surveillance, and Target Acquisition
Unmanned Aircraft System
Unmanned Aircraft System (by name)

Related Terms:

EA-6B Prowler
MQ-1C Sky Warrior
Predator


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