UAV helps direct fighting troops

11/15/2004 | Seattle Times, The

A camera on a small robotic airplane helps military troops perform reconnaissance on streets and allows them to track suspicious vehicles throughout the battlefield. The ScanEagle unmanned aerial vehicle, or UAV, has been used in Iraq for the last three months and can stay aloft for 15 hours at between 1,500 and 4,000 feet.

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