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Honeywell T-Hawk Micro Air Vehicle (MAV), United States of America
Sgt. Blake Myers of Girard operating the Honeywell Gas MAV UAV system at Camp Taji, Iraq.
Honeywell T-Hawk (tarantula hawk) is a micro air vehicle (MAV) developed for the US Army as part of the Future Combat System (FCS) programme. Honeywell Aerospace is the developer and manufacturer of the MAV.
T-Hawk was designed to meet the requirements of the Class I platoon-level drone for supporting dismounted soldiers on field. The US Army deployed the MAV in Iraq in 2007. It has been in service with the US Army and US Navy Explosive Ordinance Division since then.
The T-Hawk MAV conducts aerial searches for roadside bombs and inspects suspicious targets from a close range to provide situational awareness. It offers protection to the convoys by scanning roads.
The drone can be used for various missions, including homeland security, IED defeat, target acquisition and damage assessment and civilian purposes. It was deployed extensively in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars and was successful in conducting trials.
In April 2011, four T-Hawk drones were deployed at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan for conducting video surveillance and nuclear radioactivity readings, after the devastation of the plant due to earthquake and tsunami.
Honeywell's T-Hawk is operated by the US Army and US Navy Explosive Ordinance Division.