BAE Systems Corax

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BAE Systems prototype Corax UAV

The Corax, also known as Raven (Corax being Greek for Raven), is a prototype unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) for the British Armed Forces being developed by BAE Systems. Its first test flight was in 2004 after a ten month development cycle. It was first unveiled to the public in January 2006.

Corax, which uses stealth technology, is part of a programme to develop pilotless combat vehicles for future warfare.

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Aircraft of comparable role, configuration and era

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BBC News Report

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