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EADS Barracuda UAV

April 10, 2017 in Aviation

EU Goes UAV

European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company (EADS) UAV project Barracuda is a joint venture between Germany and Spain. Its official debut was at the 2006 ILA Berlin show. The prototype crashed into the sea during a test flight just off the Spanish coast on September 23, 2006. The program was resumed in 2008, with a second prototype being completed in November 2008. The rebuilt Barracuda underwent a series of successful flight tests in Goose Bay, Canada during July 2009,followed by further flight campaigns in 2010 and 2012.

This model kit is from AViS. Limited run I assume. Moulding is ok, but instructions are a bit sketchy (landing gears). I like to build these UAV kits while you don’t have to mess with the cockpit.

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10 responses to EADS Barracuda UAV

  1. Never seen one before….interesting concept and good looking build.

  2. Another unusual build, nice! I like the confused pilot.

  3. Another interesting concept UCAV. Thanks for posting.

  4. Thanks for sharing this. That’s got to be the most attractive drone I’ve ever seen.

  5. Thank you Gentlemen, your positive feedback is registered.

  6. Nice looking model and interesting subject. I also love the confused pilot pic – nice touch!

  7. πŸ™‚ … Greetings … πŸ™‚ :
    Very good and interesting rendition of a not to much seen subject. I’m on the same vision thought of Greg, the confused pilot image adds a nice touch to this plus serves as a great way to the viewer’s understanding of the size.

  8. Interesting project IT – good to see!

  9. Wow, never ever heard of one of these. Very cool job, well done

  10. Thank you for kind words Sirs. Good note DE4EVER – pilot is for showing the size of this bizarre bird. And small scale humor is a happy bonus when available. πŸ™‚

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