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Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), a leading aerospace and defence company in India, has issued an Expression of Interest (EoI) for the manufacturing and supply of air intake composite ducts specifically designed for the CATSA-W UAV program.

The CATS Warrior is being designed with a composite airframe, a critical feature for achieving low observable (LO) characteristics. In layman’s terms, this means the drone will have a reduced radar signature, making it difficult for enemy radar systems to detect. This stealth capability is essential for modern aerial warfare, allowing the CATS Warrior to operate behind enemy lines undetected.

The CATS Warrior will be equipped with a twin-engine PTAE-7 jet design, offering a powerful combination of performance and extended range. This configuration makes it suitable for accompanying manned fighter jets on long-range missions, providing crucial support and firepower.

The project timeline suggests an ambitious development phase, with full-scale model trials anticipated to begin by 2025-2026. This indicates that the IAF could be deploying the CATS Warrior shortly.

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