This note is part of an analysis of a new concept that would use remotely piloted vehicles (RPVs) to designate targets during attacks on enemy airfields. (For more details on the concept, see IN-21646-PR, Target-Marking Systems for RPVs Used as Designator Vehicles for Airbase Attack.) This paper presents estimates of RPV size requirements as a step toward determining vulnerable areas and observable signatures.
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