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(May 14) -- The latest military aircraft to come out of Boeing's secretive Phantom Works research unit is sleek, stealthy and unmanned. Boeing has spent the past two years developing the Phantom Ray, an aerial vehicle that it hopes to market to the U.S. military as a multirole aircraft that could be using for everything from reconnaissance to ground attack. The fighter-sized Phantom Ray was rolled out at a ceremony this week in St. Louis. The question now is, who will buy it?
With a wing span of 50 feet and a length of 36 feet, the Phantom Ray makes for an impressive sized robotic plane. It can fly up to 614 miles per hour at an altitude of 40,000 feet. The company didn't release any cost estimates.
Originally posted by LucidDreamer85
When they show the bottom , it looks like a dark triangle...Haven't some people reported seeing dark triangles in the sky....
Maybe these past couple years have been their "beta" testing and now it's ready for production...
Originally posted by boondock-saint
just what we need
another drone vehicle
carrying weapons of
the industrial military complex
at it's finest
bankrupting the government
and the tax payers for a war machine
and the US will have to buy it else
Boeing will sell it to our enemies.