The Nighthawk unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) system is a new generation of small short-range unmanned drones mainly used in the battlefield for reconnaissance surveillance, target accurate positioning, and fighting against damage effect assessment tasks such as correction shots.
The system adopts zero launching via a rocket booster, with a light weight, large task loading capacity and is flexible and convenient for use. The overall layout and aerodynamic characteristics.
This small, short-range UAV system has a high wing, tail wing and has adopted an inverted V form.
It uses a parachute recovery system with a skid damping system under the airframe.