|Country of Origin||Israel, United States of America.|
|Similar Aerial Platform(s)||Scout, Hunter, Scout II.|
|Role||Short and medium-range surveillance and reconnaissance.|
|Dimensions||Length: 13 ft, 9 in (4.26 m). Span: 16 ft, 7 in (5.11 m).|
Pioneer WEFT Description
|Wings||High-mounted and straight with square tips. Struts on wings attached to body.|
|Engine(s)||Single, prop-driven and mounted in fuselage rear in the opposing position.|
|Fuselage||Oval, slab-sided, tapers to a pointed nose and rear. Fixed landing gear.|
|Tail||Booms mounted to square fins which extend above and below a straight flat.|
Countries which Fly the Pioneer
Israel, United States of America.
Pioneer Manufacturers Web Sites
The Pioneer was a joint effort between AAI Corporation in the United States and IAI (Israel Aircraft Industries). In 1991, AAI and IAI formed a jointly owned corporation called Pioneer UAV, Inc.