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LIMA 2013: Belarusian company reveals details of latest UAV project

26th March 2013 - 10:25 GMT | by Darren Lake in Langkawi

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JSC 558 Aircraft Repair Plant Is exhibiting a new iteration of its Grif family of tactical UAVs at LIMA with the hopes of garnering some interest in the region for the product.

Like its forerunner the Grif-1, the new Grif-K has been wholly designed and developed by the business. 

Oleg Korshunov, chief of the special projects department, told Shephard that the new K design significantly updates the Grif. The aircraft features a new, lighter composite body replacing the aluminium structure of the Grif-1.

The Grif-K made its maiden flight on 26 February 2012 and since then it has undergone a

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