Special Report

Every Combat Drone in Use by the US Military

RQ-20 Puma
> Primary use: Surveillance, reconnaissance, and targeting
> Cost: $250,000
> Manufacturer: AeroVironment Inc.
> Dimensions: 9.2 feet (wingspan)

Source: cne-cna-c6f / Flickr

RQ-21 Blackjack
> Primary use: Surveillance, reconnaissance, target acquisition, and communication relay
> Cost: $11.9 million
> Manufacturer: Insitu Inc.
> Dimensions: 15.7 feet (wingspan)

Source: my_public_domain_photos / Flickr

RQ-4 Global Hawk
> Primary use: High-altitude, long-endurance Intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance
> Cost: $130.0 million
> Manufacturer: Northrop Grumman, Raytheon, L3Harris
> Dimensions: 130.9 feet (wingspan)

Source: thenationalguard / Flickr

RQ-7 Shadow
> Primary use: Reconnaissance, surveillance, target acquisition, and force protection
> Cost: $632,500
> Manufacturer: AAI Corporation
> Dimensions: 20 feet (wingspan)

Source: usairforce / Flickr

> Primary use: Reconnaissance, surveillance, and target acquisition
> Cost: $3.2 million
> Manufacturer: Insitu Inc.
> Dimensions: 10.2 feet (wingspan)

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