1/5 scale prototype, image courtesy of Rostech.

In 2014 at the Innoprom exhibition, United Instrument-Making Corporation, a subsidiary of Russia's Rostech corporation unveiled the Chirock (Teal) amphibious unmanned aerial vehicle.  The full scale optionally-manned aircraft will be capable of carrying reconnaissance payloads and guided weapons up to a weight of 300 kg and is expected to begin flight testing in 2015. The UAV reportedly will have a range of 2,500 kilometers. The plane uses an air cushion like a hovercraft to enable it to clear obstacles up to 30 centimeters high or holes 50 centimeters deep while taking off and landing.

August 2015 - Full sized Chirock prototype aircraft at the MAKS-2015 air show near Moscow.