OQ-5

The OQ-5 was a proposed target drone design in the United States.

The OQ-5 was similar to the Radioplane OQ-2 in having a wingspan measuring 12 feet (3.6 meters). Most likely it was intended to complement the OQ-2/-3 production by Radioplane and Frankfort, but was cancelled when the latter eventually produced enough targets.[1][2]

OQ-5
Role Target drone
National origin United States
First flight never flew
Status design study only
Primary user USAAF
Number built 0

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References

  1. ^ US Army Air Forces: "Army Aircraft Model Designations", 1946
  2. ^ http://www.designation-systems.net/dusrm/app1/oq-5.html
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