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Core Tip: However, Sukhoi did not have the resources to develop its concept. It is also possible that SAC gained significant insights while opting not to pay for a co-development programme; a frequent Chinese t

However, Sukhoi did not have the resources to develop its concept. It is also possible that SAC gained significant insights while opting not to pay for a co-development programme; a frequent Chinese tactic.

Sukhoi's S-62 concept also led to its Zond series of large and medium-size UAVs first seen at the 2003 Moscow Airshow. At the time Sukhoi officials noted that China had expressed "great interest" in the Zond designs.

A possible aft view – apparently with a digital filter applied – of a new twin-fuselage HALE UAV from the SAC. (Via CJDBY website)A possible aft view – apparently with a digital filter applied – of a new twin-fuselage HALE UAV from the SAC. (Via CJDBY website)An image of Sukhoi's unrealised S-26 HALE UAV concept. (Sukhoi)An image of Sukhoi's unrealised S-26 HALE UAV concept. (Sukhoi)A speculative line drawing of the 'Divine Eagle' UAV. (Via CJDBY website)A speculative line drawing of the 'Divine Eagle' UAV. (Via CJDBY website)A speculative side drawing of the 'Divine Eagle' UAV. (Via CJDBY website)A speculative side drawing of the 'Divine Eagle' UAV. (Via CJDBY website)

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