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Northrop Grumman RQ-4 Global Hawk

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Aug 13, 2013
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3ds Max 2010  |  V-Ray 2.30
3ds Max 2010  |  Default Scanline
Maya 2012  |  mental ray
3D Model Specifications
420,278 Polygons
433,852 Vertices
Polygonal Ngons used Geometry
UV Mapped
Mixed Unwrapped UVs
Product ID 720729

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Highly detailed model of Northrop Grumman RQ-4 Global Hawk.

All elements fitted to each other well and could be animated without any problem.

Details are good enough for close-up renders and compare to other models on the Internet, the model has a lot more details and looks more realistic

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Textures: Diffuse, Specular, Bump - 8192 X 8192


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

RQ-4/MQ-4 Global Hawk

An RQ-4 Global Hawk flying in 2007
Role        Surveillance UAV
National origin        United States
Manufacturer        Northrop Grumman
First flight        28 February 1998
Status        In service
Primary users        United States Air Force
United States Navy
German Air Force
Program cost        US$1.635 billion[1]
Unit cost        US$104 million (flyaway cost for FY2012)[2]
Variants        Scaled Composites Model 396
Developed into        Northrop Grumman MQ-4C Triton
The Northrop Grumman (formerly Ryan Aeronautical) RQ-4 Global Hawk (known as Tier II+ during development) is an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) used by the United States Air Force and Navy and the German Air Force as a surveillance aircraft.
In role and operational design, the Global Hawk is similar to the Lockheed U-2, the venerable 1950s spy plane. It is a theater commander's asset to provide a broad overview and systematic target surveillance. For this purpose, the Global Hawk is able to provide high resolution synthetic aperture radar (SAR) – that can penetrate cloud-cover and sandstorms – and electro-optical/infrared (EO/IR) imagery at long range with long loiter times over target areas. It can survey as much as 40,000 square miles (103,600 square kilometers) of terrain a day.
It is used as a high-altitude platform for surveillance and security. Missions for the Global Hawk cover the spectrum of intelligence collection capability to support forces in worldwide military operations. According to the United States Air Force, the capabilities of the aircraft allow more precise targeting of weapons and better protection of forces through superior surveillance capabilities.
The Global Hawk costs about US$35 million to procure each aircraft.[3] With development costs included, the unit cost rises to US$218 million.


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