GAF Jindivik
Radio Controlled Pilotless Target Drone


The Jindivik was wholey developed in Australia under British Ministry specifications.

The first Jindivik was accepted in October 1951 and subsequently crashed in June 1954.

Later MkII Jindiviks incorporated a larger air intake and a thinner wing section.

Jindivik remote control aircraft were manufactured up into the late 1900's and were supplied to the RAAF, RAN, Great Britain, Sweden and the United States of America

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