Indian Army Air Defence Upgrade

The Indian Army is set to receive Russian Igla-S very short-range air defense systems and Israeli Hermes-900 UAVs to enhance its air defense and reconnaissance capabilities. The Igla-S deal, worth ₹260 crore, includes 48 launchers, 100 missiles, and other equipment, assembled by ADSTL in India. The Hermes-900 UAVs, also assembled by ADSTL, will improve the Army’s monitoring skills. These acquisitions, resolving previous payment issues with Russia, are part of a broader strategy to bolster India’s air defense through advanced technology and international partnerships.

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