Israel and India to develop unmanned chopper?

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 10, 2007 08:28

Israel and India are considering the possibility of working together to develop an unmanned fighter helicopter, Israel Radio quoted Indian media as saying. Former Navy Commander David Ben Ba'ashat visited New Delhi this week and discussed the initiative with his Indian counterparts. Israel Radio added that military cooperation between Israel and India has grown recently with Jerusalem negotiating with New Delhi over the development of an air defense system requiring the investment of over USD 1.5 billion.


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