Northrop QF-3000 Ghost Drone Fighter gallery

 

Northrop QF-3000E Ghost unmanned aerospace fighter.

Northrop QF-3000E Ghost 1

Northrop QF-3000E Ghost 2

Northrop QF-3000E Ghost weapons 1

Seen inset is the QF-3000’s three tube missile bay, each of which was capable of launching six Bofors multi-mode aerospace missiles.

Northrop QF-3000E Ghost 4

Rear view of the QF-3000E Ghost. The main engine is the FF-1999, flanked by two Rocketdyne DRaE-3 reaction engines on either side. The four DRaE-3s were used primarily for maneuvering. 

Northrop QF-3000E Ghost 5

The QF-3000 was fully carrier capable, the first unmanned tactical aircraft to be so. 


Northrop QF-3000C Ghost unmanned aerospace fighter.

Northrop QF-3000C Ghost


Northrop QF-3000F Ghost unmanned aerospace fighter.

Northrop QF-3000E Super Ghost

QF-3000F Ghost fitted with additional reaction-mass tanks. Notably, this Ghost shows 22 kill markings on it’s main sensor fairing. 


Northrop QF-3000B Ghost armed experimental unmanned aerospace fighter.

Northrop QF-3000B Ghost 1

Northrop QF-3000B Ghost 2

Northrop QF-3000B Ghost 3

Northrop QF-3000B Ghost 4

Northrop QF-3000B Ghost 5 Northrop QF-3000B Ghost 13

Northrop QF-3000B Ghost 14

Northrop QF-3000B Ghost 20

Northrop QF-3000B Ghost 24


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Original artwork by: Shoji Kawamori, Miyatake Kazutaka, Haruhiko Mikimoto and Hidetaka Tenjin

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