Boeing RQ-21 Blackjack

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The Boeing Insitu RQ-21 Blackjack, formerly called the Integrator, is an American unmanned air vehicle designed and built by Boeing Insitu to meet a United States Navy requirement for a small tactical unmanned air system (STUAS). It is a twin-boom, single-engine, monoplane, designed as a supplement to the Boeing ScanEagle. The Integrator/Blackjack weighs 135 lb (61.24 kg) and uses the same launcher and recovery system as the Scan Eagle.

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  • Australia
    • Australian Army
  • Belgium
    • Belgian Land Component
  • Canada
    • Canadian Army
    • Royal Canadian Navy
    • Royal Canadian Navy
  • Netherlands
    • Royal Netherlands Army
  • Poland
    • Poland Land Forces
    • Polish Special Forces
  • Thailand
    • Royal Thai Navy
  • United States
    • United States Marine Corps
    • United States Navy

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