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UAB-1 "Whispering Wind" . The UAB-1 is the latest technological advance to the TwigINC. production lines. Includes retractable landing gear, and hidden bombs. . The UAB-1 is the first fully stealth Unmanned Aerial Bomber, that will be able to launch from land bases and the newest generation of Carrier's (coming soon). The Whispering Wind main purpose is to give TwigINC. forces, a long range, fast, small, highly accurate aircraft, that can strike targets with stealth, and accuracy. The UAB-1 can be armed with 4 lightweight laser, G.P.S, or manually guided bombs that can be of a variety of explosives and destructive capabilities. The UAB-1 was designed as an interim bomber for the L.R.S.B project, it was designed be part of a large scale bombardment mission, where multiple bombers could hit a variety of targets, be equipped with a variety of different weapons, and could reach Mach 2.65. With the L.R.S.B project finished the UAB-1 will mostly be used as a High Value Target attack drone, or recon.

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