The Indian Navy Trains on Schiebel's S-100s

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The Indian Navy Trains on Schiebel's S-100s
The Indian Navy's first batch of pilots and maintainers to support Schiebel's S-100 unmanned rotary wing aerial systems have completed their training.

The entire training process, which took place at the INS Garuda Air Force Base, is part of the more extensive agreement between the Indian government and Austria-based Schiebel to acquire forty unmanned rotary wing systems.

The rotary wings systems will be used in surveillance, reconnaissance, targeting and electronic interception missions. The UAS will be produced in India through a joint venture between Schiebel Systems India and the Indian company VEM Technologies.

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