I might be able to pull them out. I have three of the complete systems sitting in my room right now. I'll see if I can find the specs in any of the manuals before I pull out a tape measure, but I'll do what I can to get the size specs (and weight, I know that's in the manual - somewhere just over 5lbs if I recall) in the next couple of days.
The thing I liked about the Raven (which is the reason I joined this site..) is the interchangeable nosecones. You see in the picture above it's got two camera ports that can be switched during flight at any time from front to side view, each bird also comes with an IR camera, and some of the older nosecones have a single color camera for daytime that you have to turn to either front or side view before flight.
One of the design characteristics of the Raven is that it's supposed to come apart upon landing/crashing. Landing them is nothing more than a glorified crash. They're designed to have cheap and easily replaceable parts so that when a wing does break, you just swap it out and keep flying. Once a bird is too beat up we send it back to the guys who make them, they overhaul it and replace the parts we don't have the ability to, and they send it back out to another unit, kind of a constant support cycle that rotates birds for repairs so you have a quick turnaround and you're never without your planes..
Can you define "cheap"? How much does a wing go for on a Raven? I bet it is a tab more then a replacement for a Super Fly at the local hobby shop. Sorry just a tax payer who is of the opinion that AV and the like has been charging way too much for their toys....
Per part, I cannot say how much a replacement would cost. I can look into it and see if I can come back with an answer, but I know the entire system, to include a brand new bird with GCS, batteries and all accessories (which include a Toshiba Toughbook laptop, not cheap on their own by any means) totals out around $15,000. I can tell you that on a small unit level (companies of <200 Marines) these units are invaluable in finding weapons caches, inspecting possible IEDs and VBIEDs, as well as familiarizing ourselves with a new area of operations. Where I agree, many of the "toys" the military has are overpriced and worthless, this is one piece of kit I'm glad we have.
I Started Building a 1/1 working model of this about a year ago. Got busy had to Stop for a while. I've been Trying to get a 3pc Foam Core Wing Made. I Spoke with a Guy online who said he could Make it No problem, then Couldnt get his attention to get an exact price or other Info ever since then. I Know the Foam Wing wouldnt Match the Original Raven EXACTLY (Thickness part), BUT It Would certainly be Close enough.
HERE are Some of the Specs for the RQ-11:
Wing Span 4 ft 3 in
Length 3 ft 7 in
Weight 4.2 lb
Engine Aveox 27/26/7-AV electric motor
Cruising speed 60 mph
Range 6.2 miles
Hope that helps. Send me pics of your progress when you get some.