Iran unveils military drone

TEHRAN (ISNA)-Iran unveiled a new military drone in the 7th International Air and Aviation Exhibition in Kish Island, southern Iran.

The drone dubbed ‘Ababil 3’ is capable of surveillance in military, research and trade areas.

It can fly up to 15.000 feet, and can fly move for 8 hours permanently and work for military and trade purposes.

Iran also unveiled commercial drones in small, and medium classes and the a home-made piston helicopter in the exhibition.

The helicopter which can carry 4 people is used for training, surveillance and events and missions of the Iranian Society of Red Crescent. It is made of nano-composite and can work with 300 engine horse power.

By ISNA

 

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