November 18, 2003

Son of Border Hawk (Sidekick)
Shows Stuff for Army
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle in Successful Test

Three U.S. Army officers and two government engineers observe takeoff of "Sidekick," a new version of the Border Hawk UAV being used by American Border Patrol.
UAV Shows Utility for Use in Middle East
Palominas, Arizona - 11/14/03 (ABP) - A privately developed unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) was put through its paces for the U.S. Army last Friday and passed with flying colors. The "Sidekick," a version of the Border Hawk being used by American Border Patrol, may be headed for the Middle East in the near future. (More later.)

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