The Indian Navy will raise its 2nd UAV squadron INAS 343
Squadron in Porbandar (famous as the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi) next week. The squadron will operate Searcher Mk-II and Heron
UAVs. Livefist wishes the squadron the very best.
A third squadron is expected to come up on the country's eastern seaboard later this year at the INS Parundu air station in Ramanathapuram, Tamil Nadu. Apart from more Herons, the Indian Navy is currently scouting for HALE
UAVs as well as shipborne unmanned rotorcraft
Labels: Aircraft And Helicopters, Navy, UAV