India Successfully Tests ‘Panchi’ UAV

NEW DELHI— The wheeled-version of India’s home-grown unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) Nishant made its first flight. The UAV, dubbed “Panchi,” or Bird, is capable of taking-off and landing using small airstrips and from semi-prepared runways. “The 20-minute flight on Dec. 24 was preceded by a series of...

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