|Primary user||U.S. Marine Corps|
The XMQ-17A ("SpyHawk") is an unmanned aerial vehicle built and developed by MTC Technologies which was intended to be used by the US Marine Corps in order to fulfill a need for an unmanned aerial reconnaissance capability at division level, or "Tier II". Launched from a trailer-mounted pneumatic launcher, the aircraft is powered by a single Honda GX-57 gasoline-fueled piston engine. The SpyHawk purchase was canceled in January 2008, after MTC Technologies was purchased by BAE Systems.
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