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Chief of Army Staff, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani being briefed about indigenously developed Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) "Uqab" on March 20, 2008. [Picture courtesy: ISPR]
Chief of Army Staff, General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani with the project team on the occasion of final test flight of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) "Uqab" on March 20, 2008. [Picture courtesy: ISPR]
A view of final test flight of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) "Uqab" on March 20, 2008. [Picture courtesy: ISPR]
     
Pakistani rival Xpert Engineering offers the Uqab-PI tactical UAV that weighs 286 pounds, travels 160 miles and carries a 22-pound payload. [Picture courtesy: Mohammad Irfan]
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV; also known as a remotely piloted vehicle or RPV) is an aircraft that is without a human crew on board the aircraft. [Picture courtesy: Mohammad Irfan]
PAC's Uqaab drone is in use by the Pakistan Army and according to unconfirmed reports, is being upgraded with Chinese help to carry a weapons payload. [Picture courtesy: Mohammad Irfan]
     
In Pakistan, drones are usually associated with advanced unmanned autonomous vehicles that are fitted with lethal firepower (for example, the American Predator and Reaper drones). [Picture courtesy: Mohammad Irfan]
The indigenous drones with the Pakistan armed forces are the Uqab with the Pakistan Army and the Bravo with the Pakistan Air Force. [Picture courtesy: Mohammad Irfan]
A remote-controlled unmanned plane that can fly beyond the visual range of an operator. It is usually fitted with remote sensors and/or cameras. [Picture courtesy: Mohammad Irfan]
     
The performance of the Uqaab UAV can be compared to any of modern state-of-the-art UAV in its category. [Picture courtesy: Mohammad Irfan]
Air Weapons Complex (AWC) Uqab is a Tactical, Real Time Reconnaissance, Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV). [Picture courtesy: Mohammad Irfan]
Uqab UAV makes runway take off and landings and also has GPS navigation. [Picture courtesy: Mohammad Irfan]
     
 
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