China unveils its first jet strike drone

A Chinese strike drone took off on its first flight. The Internet published photographs of the drone while its engines were operating, as well as to employees of the Chinese Scientific Aerospace Corporation who welcomed the first flight of the jet drones they created.

It is worth noting that the Chinese striker WJ-700 drone was first unveiled in 2018 at the China Jokhai Aerospace Show, where it was announced that the drone weighed 3.5 tons upon takeoff. It has 4 pylons under its wings, on which it can mount different weapons. The drone can stay in the air for up to 20 hours.

The strike drone displayed at the exhibition was armed with the SM-102 anti-radar missile, the S-701 air-to-ground missile, and the S705KD anti-ship missile.

Al Jundi

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