Pakistan will acquire 50 Wing Loong II armed unmanned aerial drones from China, further strengthening its defensive capabilities.
These developments sounded warning bells in India as the Indian military was unable to respond to the threat posed by the Wing Loong II drone. China has developed into a modern unmanned technology hub in recent years and exports high-tech drones to many countries.
The Azerbaijan army has also successfully used Chinese drones against Armenia in the week-long Nagorno-Karabakh war that ended last month.
The Wing Long II armed drone is 11 meters long and 4.1 meters high with a wingspan of 20.5 meters.
The maximum take-off weight of the Wing Long II is 4200 kilograms. It has a braking speed of 150 km / h and can reach a top speed of 370 km / h.
The aircraft is equipped with the latest air-to-ground radar, GPS communication system, electro-optical pod with daytime and infrared cameras and sensors and satellite connections.
The armed Wing Long II drone can drop FT-10, FT-9, FT-7, GB7 and GB4 bombs, and launch BRM1, AKD-10 and BA-7 missiles.