India is Developing Stealth Combat Drone

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India is developing first unmanned combat aircraft, under the ambitious project 'Ghatak'. The Government has allocated Rs 3,000 crore (about $400 million) to develop the Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs).

The project is tentatively called Autonomous Unmanned Research Aircraft (AURA). Initiated by the Aeronautical Development Agency-DRDO combine in consultation with the Indian Air Force (IAF), these drones will be capable of firing missiles and precision-guided munitions at enemy targets and then returning to home bases to re-arm for further missions.

 

[Source: Zee News]

 

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