The Aerojet SD-2 Overseer was an unmanned aerial vehicle developed by Aerojet General and Rheem Manufacturing Co. in the late 1950s for use by the United States Army. Built in limited numbers, it never saw operational service.
Light fighter and multi-purpose aircraft developed at the turn of the 20th and 21st centuries in the People's Republic of China in cooperation with Pakistan.
The Heron TP was designed as a multi-mission platform to address local and international customers' needs and to perform a variety of strategic missions, including intelligence gathering, surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance, using various payloads, with a high level of reliability.
Soviet (Russian) military heavy haulers and transport vehicles for strategic missile forces and tank forces.
The ODAB fuel-air-explosive bomb is designed to engage industrial facilities, soft-skinned targets, manpower, and clear anti-personnel and anti-tank minefields.
A brief description of air-to-ground missiles created at OKB Zvezda from its inception to the present. Namely, they are missiles Ch-66, Ch-23, Ch-25, Ch-27, Ch-31 and Ch-35.
The Tupolev Tu-143 Reys was a Soviet unmanned reconnaissance aircraft in service with the Soviet Army and a number of its Warsaw Pact and Middle East allies during the late 1970s and 1980s. It contained a reconnaissance pod that was retrieved after flight, and from which imagery was retrieved.
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