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Indonesia showcases CH-4 UAVs at military parade

07 October 2019
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The Indonesian Air Force (Tentara Nasional Indonesia - Angkatan Udara; TNI-AU) has officially unveiled its recently acquired CH-4 unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

The Chinese-made systems made their public debut on 5 October at the Halim Perdanakusuma Air Base in East Jakarta during a parade to mark the 74th anniversary of the Indonesian Armed Forces. Two CH-4 UAVs bearing TNI-AU livery were shown parked at Taxiway Echo of the airbase.

According to information provided by the TNI, the CH-4 variant supplied to Indonesia has an operating radius of between 1,500 km and 2,000 km and can be operated via satellite link.

Two TNI-AU CH-4 UAVs being prepared for a 5 October parade to mark the 74th anniversary of the Indonesian Armed Forces. (TNI-AU source)Two TNI-AU CH-4 UAVs being prepared for a 5 October parade to mark the 74th anniversary of the Indonesian Armed Forces. (TNI-AU source)

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