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A computer-generated model of HAL’s upcoming 13-ton Indian Multi-Role Helicopter (IMRH), a medium-lift helicopter currently under development, has been revealed. The IMRH is depicted with an optional armament configuration, capable of carrying up to 1,500 kg of weapons externally.

The image showcases at least three hardpoints on each side of the helicopter, suggesting its ability to carry a dual ATGM rack of anti-tank guided missiles. It is also likely to be equipped with pods containing 57 mm and 80 mm unguided rockets, or even a nose-mounted 20 mm cannon.

The IMRH’s development signifies a significant step forward for India’s indigenous defense capabilities. This versatile helicopter is expected to play a crucial role in various military operations, including troop transport, reconnaissance, and combat missions.

The IMRH is a promising development that underscores India’s growing capabilities in indigenous defence manufacturing. With its multi-role functionality and potential offensive capabilities, the IMRH is poised to play a vital role in safeguarding India’s airspace for years to come.

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