The Chirok UAV is a fat-bottomed craft, with engines above the body and an almost cartoonish shape. It looks like a child's bath toy. The reason for the weird shape? Chirok will be a hovercraft-bottomed plane, allowing it to take off and land on water, snow, soft ground, and marshes, instead of runways. It will also be a lot less cute in application. The finished version is expected to have cameras and sensors for surveillance, and according to Russia defense consortium Rostec, "another feature of the vehicle design is that its weapons can be installed within the body." Right now there is only the model, but Russia expects to present a full-sized version at an air show next year.