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alphapak

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Yeah they will when India acuires this "eeekipment"
India has bought these drones from Israel. Good option for Pak could be the Chinese suicide
drones.
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Israel is arming India with advanced drones, I just hope Pak makes these and sells them to
Israel's neighbours.
 

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Some rough pixel counting shows that AZM MALE's wing is 6.5 m long. So it roughly has a 13.5-14 m wingspan.

For reference:
Falco wingspan: 7.3 m
Burraq wingspan: 8 m (Pakistan's largest public UAV)
Shahpar wingspan: 6.6 m

This 13.5-14 m wingspan puts it in the class of Wing Loong I. Maybe Azm's MALE is just a license production/modification of the Wing Loong I, Who knows?
 
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PAC should work closely with Turkish & Chinese firms along with Leonardo over the license production of UAVs.
 

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A rare imge of Pakistan's GIDS Shahpar UAV being towed out of its shelter.

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Easy mistake to make but that's definitely the NESCOM Burraq (wingspan 8m):
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GIDS Shahpar (wingspan 6.6m) can be seen too (26 Feb 2018):
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In case there is doubt about the accuracy of Google Maps measurement tool (which isn't super accurate) you can compare the size of the UAV with the vehicles next to them. Shahpar and Burraq look similar (same configuration), however, the Burraq is a visibly bigger UAV (wingpsan difference of almost 1.5 m).
 

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