Called Taranis not the TardisThis wedge-shaped, 8-tonne stealth jet will be able to fly regular drone missions in regions of conflict – but it will also be able to seek and destroy enemy aircraft in dogfights. However, the high degree of autonomy promised by the makers has some observers concerned that the aircraft may decide on its own what constitutes a target.
By using jet engines rather than propellers. The result is a fast, highly manoeuvrable fighter jet.
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