مصادر لامتلاك مصر الدرون المسلح - الدرونز الصينى المسلح CH-4B RAINBOW
http://www.popularmechanics.com/military/weapons/news/a18677/chinese-drones-are-flying-and-fighting-in-the-middle-east/Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Iraq, and Egypt have all purchased the CH-4.
Saudi Arabia and the UAE are using them
in their campaign against Yemen's Houthi rebels, while Iraq has used them in action against ISIS forces operating in the country. Earlier this month, as part of an operation to retake the city, a CH-4 drone was used against an ISIS position
مصدر اّخر يظهر المفاوضات من 2012
The company, which is based in Beijing but manufactures in the nearby municipality of Tianjin, is currently negotiating with Egypt on selling a "whole package air defense system," Guo said, which will also include medium-range CH-91 military surveillance UAVs that cost around $3 to $5 million including the vehicle and operating system.
Nov 15, 2012 @ 1:00 PM
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The largest drone of China is now the headline in the international arms market. It is not just because it’s the largest drone built by China, but the drone is the first drone to be equipped with the advanced weapons system that may rival other existing drones especially drones from the U.S., it is planned to be sold or might be already purchased by Egypt, Iraq and Saudi Arabia.
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http://thediplomat.com/2015/10/chinese-arms-companies-are-picking-up-the-pace-in-africa-and-the-middle-east/the Wing Loong II is comparable in some respects to the U.S. MQ-9 Reaper.
Both are powered by a single pusher turboprop engine, place their satellite communication system and primary optical system in the nose, and employ large V-stabilisers with a smaller vertical stabiliser below the empennage. China is already exporting several types of UAVs to states in Africa and the Middle East. Since 2011, China has also sold the Wing Loong I to several countries in Africa and the Middle East, including Nigeria, Egypt, and the United Arab Emirates.
Furthermore, as Franz-Stefan Gady reported in The Diplomat
recently, a Chinese-made Iraqi Air Force CH-4B “Rainbow” was recently spotted at the al-Kut airbase outside Baghdad. Interestingly, Saudi Arabia has also purchased an undisclosed amount of Wing Loong I UAVs.
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