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Orlan-10 Orlan10 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle UAV Airforce Technology

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The Orlan-10 (Russian: Орлан-10) is an unmanned aerial vehicle reported to have been produced for the Russian government at the Special Technological Centre of Saint Petersburg. An Orlan-10 was reported by Ukrainian officials to have been shot down in Ukraine in May 2014. In November 2016 Ukrainian officials stated they had retrieved an Orlan-10 drifting on the Azov Sea near Mariupol.


Orlan-10 Russian UAVs In Combat UAS VISION

Aircraft performance

Orlan-10 Russian UAVs In Combat UAS VISION

  • Take-off weight – 15 kg
  • Payload weight – 6 kg
  • Engine – engine (gasoline A-95)
  • Launch method – folding catapult
  • Landing method – via parachute recovery
  • Airspeed – 90–150 km/h
  • Max. flight duration – 16 hours
  • Max. complex range of application – up to 140 km from the ground control station (up to 600 km off-line)
  • Max. altitude above sea level – 5,000 m
  • Max. wind speed at the start – 10 m/s
  • Operating temperature range near the ground from −30 to +40 °C

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