First MQ-4C for Australia almost ready • Pilot & Flight

Palmdale- The first of six unmanned MQ-4C Triton maritime surveillance aircraft ordered by the Australian Armed Forces in 2018 has rolled off the production line at Northrop Grumman. The final assembly began in December 2021.

The remotely piloted aircraft should boost the country’s surveillance capabilities from 2023. Thanks to them, the Tritons can serve as an extension of the sixteen Boeing PA spy planes ordered in 2014.

The Triton first flew in May 2013 and has a maximum flight time of 9.5 hours at FL500 (15,245m). The US Navy is flying the first two of seventy Tritons ordered from Anderson Air Force Base since June 1, 2018.

The US Navy has been flying several of the seventy Tritons ordered from Anderson Air Force Base since June 1, 2018.

Palmdale- The first of six unmanned MQ-4C Triton maritime surveillance aircraft ordered by the Australian Armed Forces in 2018 has rolled off the production line at Northrop Grumman. The final assembly began in December 2021.

The remotely piloted aircraft should boost the country’s surveillance capabilities from 2023. Thanks to them, the Tritons can serve as an extension of the sixteen Boeing PA spy planes ordered in 2014.

Triton first flew in May 2013 and a Maximum flight time at FL500 (15,245 m) is 9.5 hours. The US Navy is flying the first two of seventy Tritons ordered from Anderson Air Force Base since June 1, 2018.

The US Navy has been flying several of the seventy Tritons ordered from Anderson Air Force Base since June 1, 2018.

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