Griffon Aerospace MQM-170 Outlaw
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|Role||Remote controlled, UAV|
|Designer||Larry A. French|
|Primary users||United States Army
United States Navy
|Produced||2004 - present|
|Number built||over 2,200|
~ under $100K
The Griffon Aerospace MQM-170 Outlaw is an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). It can serve as a target drone, surrogate training platform, or in a aerial reconnaissance and forward observation role, and can carry a guided munition. The aircraft has been in use since 2004.
The system consists of an Air Vehicle and a ground control station (GCS), including an optional satellite link communication suite. The Outlaw may be launched pneumatically or by runway takeoff.
- Griffon Aerospace MQM-170 Outlaw page on Designation Systems.net
- U.S. Army PEO STRI Outlaw Remotely Piloted Vehicle Target
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