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The German Army is expected to accept delivery of its first KZO unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) system from Rheinmetall Defense Electronics GmbH (Bremen, Germany) on Nov. 28.
Kleinflugger Zielortung" roughly translates to "small target-locating flyer," as the tactical UAV was designed for artillery reconnaissance and battlefield surveillance.
The whole KZO system consists of five UAVs, a ground control station, a launch vehicle; a datalink vehicle, a recovery vehicle, a maintenance vehicle, and a fuelling vehicle.
Originally posted by ShadowXIX
Cool find I found some more info on this UAV. Rheinmetall seems like a good company they make the best tank cannons in the world IMHO.
Strangely this UAV can land with parachutes and airbags.