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MK-105 FLASH

The MK-105 FLASH is a reusable, low-cost UAV. It can be controlled by ground remote or can be preprogrammed. Made of composite materials, it has a low-radar cross section. The FLASH is designed for short field, take-off and landings with conventional tricycle landing gear.

The wings are high-mounted and forward tapered from midwing to the square tips. The engine is a four-cylinder, prop driven on rear of fuselage in the opposing position. The fuselage is round with round, glass nose, an IR bubble sensor on belly, and thin booms. The tail features back-tapered fins on booms with a square flat on top of the fins.

Specifications

Country of Origin Germany, USA, France, UK
Builder
  • Brown International Corporation, USA
  • IAT - International Aerospace Technologies, Germany
  • RoleShort-range multirole UAV
    Similar AircraftMirach 26, Shaheen, MK III, Mastiff, Ranger ADS 90.
    Wing Span 14 ft, 4 in (4.40 m)
    Length 10 ft, 9 in (3.34 m)
    Height
    Weight
    Engine
    Maximum speed
    Cruising speed
    Range
    Service Ceiling in excess of 10,000 feet
    ArmamentUsually none
    Crew
    Cost
    User Countries

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