Indian Army Orders Two Swarms of 50 Drones Each Under Emergency Procurement

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New Delhi, September 3: Seeking to keep pace with global developments, the Army has placed orders for two ‘swarms’ of 50 drones each, which can carry out strikes against targets at distances up to 25 km.

The order has been placed with an firm based out of Bangalore in two tranches of 50 drones each. These drones can hit targets with five to ten kilograms of explosives and can also be used to provide medical and other supplies to the troops in forward areas, Army sources said here. Also Read | Uttarakhand: Wide Cracks Reported In Sainrathi Village of Pithoragarh District; Over 80 Villagers Shifted to Safe Locations.

The drones and their utilisation were demonstrated during the Army Day parade this year. The Army had demonstrated that they could destroy enemy tanks and armoured vehicles. Also Read | Jammu and Kashmir: Internet, Mobile Services To Be Restored in Kashmir From Today.

These types of drones were used extensively in the Azerbaijan and Armenia conflict.

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