The Come Back Alive Foundation showed SHARK on video: a new Ukrainian reconnaissance UAV that can point artillery and HIMARS
The other day the "Come Back Alive" Foundation for Competent Army Aid together with the OKKO network of gas stations "Come Back Alive" and the OKKO gas station chain are raising $8.76 million to buy 75 Ukrainian SHARK UAV drones to buy the newest Ukrainian SHARK drones. Now the company has demonstrated the novelty in a video.
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One SHARK complex includes three drones, a catapult and a four-wheel drive Torsus minibus. It will carry the UAV and also act as a control point. The drone boasts secure communications and a full HD camera that broadcasts the picture to the operator. It supports 30x optical zoom.
The SHARK drone is capable of flying for 2 hours at a distance of up to 60 km and an altitude of up to 2 km. The maximum flight speed of the UAV is 150 km/h. In the nearest future the Armed Forces of Ukraine will get the SHARK in armament. It will be used for reconnaissance as well as for pointing artillery and HIMARS.
Source: Come Back Alive