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End of the silent drone of the Zionists

The sale market of the Sky Lark UAV will have different conditions after the Al-Aqsa storm operation because Hamas and Hezbollah during the Gaza war have both mastered the technology of this UAV and can shoot it down.
News ID: 84534
Publish Date: 13May 2024 - 14:03

End of the silent drone of the ZionistsTEHRAN (defapress) – The lightweight drone, Sky Lark 1, which moves silently, was one of the most up-to-date spy equipment of the Israeli army, produced by a Zionist company called Elbit Systems.

The engine of this spy drone works without sound. The length of this plane is one and a half meters and its wingspan is 3 meters. This drone can fly between one and a half to three hours and at a distance of about 40 kilometers. Unlike other drones, the Skylark 1 spy drone does not require extensive logistical and technical facilities, and two soldiers can fly it with their own hands and control it through a computer.

The Skylark 2 UAV contains a 10 kg payload and can fly for 6 hours. It can fly a maximum distance of 4572 meters and its maximum height is 16 thousand feet. The maximum take-off weight and load of this aircraft respectively are 43 and 10 kg.

In February 2016, the manufacturer of this drone unveiled the Skylark 3 UAV. It is designed for brigade and division-level units and has a 4.8 meters (15.7 ft) wingspan and a maximum take-off weight is 45 kg (99 lb) with a 10 kg (22 lb) payload.  This UAV uses a ground-based or vehicle-mounted pneumatic launcher, with an operational range of over 54 nm (62 mi; 100 km), a maximum distance flies 15,000 ft (4,600 m), and a flight endurance of up to 6 hours.  

Since the beginning of the Gaza war, Zionist drones have been flying in the skies of Gaza and the north of the occupied territories to carry out missions, but they did not land in the place from which they had taken off; because the resistance fighters determined their landing place after their guidance system was taken out of the control of the Zionists and fell into the hands of the Palestinian fighters and Hezbollah.

This happens while the Israelis claim that the Skylarks are invincible, and according to media reports, they have sold them to more than twenty countries in the world; but it seems that the Skylarks are not doing well in Gaza. According to the fact that resistance fighters have repeatedly captured those, experts believed that the market and customers for these drones would be different after the Al-Aqsa operation.

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