SOURCE: RAUNAK KUNDE / NEWS BEAT / IDRW.ORG.
Fabrication of the country’s first Indian Unmanned Strike Air Vehicle (IUSAV), a “flying wing” stealth design adopted for carrying out ground strikes over contested airspace will begin in late 2025 and rollout of the prototype likely will happen by early or mid-2026 as per information in latest media reports.
DRDO-GTRE plans to have a certified Kaveri Dry engine by 2025 that will be cleared for production and once the engine is certified decks will be cleared for the development of the IUSAV prototype. idrw.org has been told that IUSAV and AMCA programs are crucial next-generation platforms that will work in tandem as manned and unmanned platforms for revolving aerial warfare.
IUSAV and AMCA being stealth platforms will be India’s first line of Aerial platforms that will be in charge of breaching enemy air defense’s and carrying out ground striking on enemy targets and also establishing air superiority in conflict zones. Both programs are planned to take off simultaneously so that both can enter production sometime in 2031-32.
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