An Indian government panel is highlighting the lack of attack helicopters in the Indian army, contending that the country’s security is at risk. According to the report from the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Defense, which was tabled in Parliament on April 30, the army’s aviation unit faces a severe shortage, with a requirement of 18 Cheetah helos, one Chetak, 76 Advance Light Helicopters and 60 Advance Light Helicopter with weapon systems. “There is an urgent need to build ...
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