The exterior fuselage aerodynamic front to rear quarter panels, slide forward doors, low aspect wings, rear V-Wing tail and anterior panels are constructed from ceramic ballistics protected composites. Smaller external components and the overall airframe is constructed of treated cast aluminum or titanium that is impervious to rust and corrosion and also staunchly resistant to dings and dents. Expectations are for the aircraft exterior to hold up against corrosion for an estimated 25 years. The aircraft aerodynamic front-end, flexible outer fuselage are designed and manufactured to absorb light impacts. The AirShip VTOL UAV basic structure is formed from a combination of stamped, extruded and cast composites with much of it bonded by high-strength adhesives, along with conventional welds.