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AHRLAC may appear to be some type of drone at first, but it’s actually a “High Performance Reconnaissance and Light Attack Aircraft” by South Africa’s Paramount Group. This high-wing aircraft, capable of achieving 310mph, features stadium seating for the pilot and sensor operator. This plane can will be strapped weapons and use Boeing’s mission systems during combat, which enables it to respond to low-intensity conflicts. Click here for more pictures of the AHRLAC. Continue reading for two more videos and additional information.
:”Boeing will use its capabilities to design a mission system that will integrate the avionics and payload systems on the safety-and-security variant of the AHRLAC, as well as the weapons on the military version, which has been named Mwari after an all-seeing mythological being in Southern African folklore,” according to Daily Mail.