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The MQ-9B Remotely Piloted Aircraft from General Atomics Aeronautical Systems is the maritime variant of the Predator MQ-9 UAV. The Sea Guardian has a maximum endurance of 40 hours and a maximum flying altitude of 40,000 feet. It has 360-degree maritime surveillance radar and optional multimode maritime surface search radar.

Tags : DEFENCE | UNMANNED AIRCRAFT VEHICLE | UAV | MQ-9Q | SEA GUARDIAN | GENERAL DYNAMICS | IDEX 2021

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