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The original images from which this was enhanced can be found here.

Other reports refer to this vehicle being called Lijian or Sharp Sword, and say that it is an ISR/attack unmanned air vehicle for use by the air force and Navy (which does not necessarily mean carrier-based). It's described as the result of collaboration between Shenyang and Hongdu.

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