|Role||High Altitude, Long Endurance Unmanned aerial vehicle|
|National origin||United States|
It will remain airborne for five years at a time without needing to land. It has a wingspan of 120m, and will begin testing in 2014. It has 20 motors of the same type as the Qinetiq Zephyr designed by Newcastle University. DARPA is funding $90 million for the project with Boeing paying the rest.
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