India's DRDO hands over locally developed landing gear systems for Tapas and SWiFT UAVs

by Gabriel Dominguez & Rahul Bedi

The Combat Vehicles Research and Development Establishment (CVRDE) of India’s state-owned Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has handed over retractable landing gear (RLG) systems for fitment onto the Rustom-II/Tapas and the Stealth Wing Flying Testbed (SWiFT) unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) currently under development for the Indian military.

The systems, along with 18 types of filters for P-75 (Kalvari)-class submarines, were handed over in a ceremony held on 10 January at CVRDE headquarters in Avadi, southern India, according to a statement issued that same day by the Indian government’s Press Information Bureau (PIB).

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