The AHRLAC is designed for flexible roles, depending on how it's equipped. These range from surveillance to light attack, which could make it a useful tool for border patrol, some forms of counter-insurgency warfare, and, perhaps most relevantly, anti-poaching activities. The pusher propeller design -- in which the propellers are mounted behind their respective engines -- helps the plane fly slowly, an important task for surveillance aircraft. (Pusher propellers were also used on the infamous Predator drone.) AHRLAC's maximum speed is about 310 mph, and it can fly for up to 7.5 hours. It's made to carry everything from surveillance cameras and radar to rockets, flares, and some missiles.