India Loses Its Troop Scanning Heron UAV, Secretive Sensors To China Crash


India has lost a valuable troop scanning unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), along with its payload of sensors and intelligence systems, to a cross-border crash in Tibet, raising concerns that the wreckage may reveal some well-kept secrets to the Chinese Army.

The Heron UAV of the Indian Army, deployed to keep an eye on Chinese troop movements along the sensitive Sikkim border that saw a confrontation at Doklam earlier this year, was lost after a technical problem in which it lost contact with ground control. The incident has evoked a surprisingly strong reaction from China.

While the loss of a good reconnaissance asset is a hit for the Indian armed forces, the payload the Heron carries could be a valuable recovery for Chinese forces that are denied access to all western defence technologies. Read More…

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