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AHRLAC

Infographic shows revolutionary new South African-made aeroplane.

Almost 3 years after it announced plans to produce low-cost,multirole aircraft for military & civilian duties,South Africa’s Paramount Group completed 1st public flight of AHRLAC.According to its developer, AHRLAC “integrates designs from attack helicopters, surveillance platforms and reconnaissance aircraft with the ability to carry surveillance, weapons, radar and electronic warfare systems.”

Almost three years after it announced plans to produce a low-cost, multirole aircraft for military and civilian duties, South Africa’s Paramount Group has completed the first public flight of its AHRLAC design.

Boeing will use its capabilities to design a mission system that will integrate the avionics and payload systems on the safety-and-security variant of the AHRLAC, as well as the weapons on the military version, which has been named Mwari after an all-seeing mythological being in Southern African folklore

Boeing and a South Africa's Paramount Group firm hope the wacky design - currently used to patrol borders, could become a low cost fighter plane.

Paramount prepares for production of AHRLAC and targets Middle East

IDEX: Paramount prepares for production of AHRLAC and targets Middle East

7 August 2014 Paramount's AHRLAC makes its first flight -- Africa's first indigenous aircraft

Africa’s first home-grown military aircraft, the Advanced High-Performance Reconnaissance Light Aircraft (AHRLAC)

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The contra-rotating, curved blade propeller can theoretically absorb up to 6,800 horsepower from the turbine at maximum gas flux and gas temperature from both engines running with boost. Although r...

The contra-rotating, curved blade propeller can theoretically absorb up to horsepower from the turbine at maximum gas flux and gas temperature from both engines running with boost.