The GAF Jindivik is a remotely controlled target, designed and produced by the Government Aircraft Factory (GAF). The name is from the Aboriginal language, meaning “the hunted one”. Used extensively in Australia, the United Kingdom and in small numbers by Sweden and the United States, the Jindivik served initially as a target, but later was employed as a target tug.
We are developing the model to be used as a slope soarer or small EDF. Currently, we are still working on the design, but hope to have it ready for distribution soon. Email us for information.