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IAI Scout

Israel (1981)

Detailing the development and operational history of the IAI Scout Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV).

 Entry last updated on 4/18/2016; Authored by Staff Writer; Content ©

Basic Specifications
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Year: 1981
Type: Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)
Manufacturer(s): Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI) - Israel
Production: 100

The IAI Scout went on to be replaced by the IAI Searcher Unmanned Aerial Vehicle of 1992.

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Supported Mission Types
Ground Attack
Close-Air Support
Airborne Early Warning
Electronic Warfare
Aerial Tanker
Passenger Industry
VIP Travel
Business Travel
Special Forces
Crew: 0
Length: 12.07 ft (3.68 m)
Width: 16.27 ft (4.96 m)
Height: 3.08 ft (0.94 m)
Empty Weight: 212 lb (96 kg)
MTOW: 353 lb (160 kg)

Installed Power
1 x Combustion Piston Engine developing 22 horsepower.

Standard Day Performance
Maximum Speed: 109 mph (176 kph; 95 kts)
Service Ceiling: 15,092 ft (4,600 m; 2.86 mi)

None. Payload consisting of optics and sensors.

Operators List

Series Model Variants
• Scout - Base Series Designation