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Army’s Combat Swarm Drones Fly In Public For First Time



Indian Army’s fight swarm drones take part at Army Day parade flypast


  • Over 15 fight swarm drones flew for first time at Army Day parade
  • These drones can enter 50 km inside enemy territory and destroy targets
  • Swarm drones are seen as a potent weapon in future warfare

New Delhi:

From afar, they seem like a flock of birds. But on nearer look, they make a hum that solely a machine could make and fly in a neat formation. These are fight drones of the Indian Army that may swarm enemy forces and overwhelm their defences.

Over 15 such swarm drones of the military flew for the primary time in public on the Army Day parade in Delhi. These drones can penetrate as much as 50 km behind enemy strains and create havoc, whereas drone operators can keep hidden safely, the presenter on the parade stated.

Swarm drones are seen as a potent weapon in future warfare. The US, China, Russia and some European nations are within the means of creating the primary parts of their swarm-drone strike packages.


The authorities strongly backs the drone growth initiative as a part of the Make in India programme, which inspires Indian defence producers to deal with core analysis and growth tasks in direction of the next-generation necessities of India’s armed forces.

The military’s armoured parts like tanks and infantry fight autos (ICV) additionally took half within the parade. A truck carrying BrahMos cruise missiles – one of many deadliest on this planet on account of its supersonic velocity – drove behind BMP-2 infantry fight autos outfitted with anti-tank guided missiles.


The Indian Army’s T-90 tank participates in Army Day parade in Delhi

Multi-barrel rocket launchers and self-propelled anti-aircraft weapons have been different armoured parts that participated within the parade.

It was on January 15, 1949, that General (later Field Marshal) KM Cariappa was appointed as Commander in Chief of the Indian Army, and was additionally the primary Indian to be appointed Commander In Chief. “Army Day is celebrated on this day. He adopted the slogan ‘Jai Hind’, which means ‘Victory to India’,” the Indian Army tweeted.

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