India’s Rustom-H medium-altitude long endurance unmanned aircraft is expected to birth a hunter-killer variant to provide the country with its first indigenously developed armed combat unmanned aircraft system (UAS). Currently designated the Rustom-C, the classified version will be concurrently developed with the Rustom-H that is expected to make its first flight next year. The “C” iteration will carry a guided strike munition on each wing. On Oct. 16, the Indian Defense Research ...

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