Whats a point of this comparison when our phoren maal loving Indian Army dont even want to look Rustum 1 !!!!!!Comparison between Indian Rustom-1 vs Turkish Bakhtiyar Tb2
Rustom-1 Bakhtiyar-Tb2 Length 5.12m 6.5m Wingspan 7.9m 12m MTOW 720kg 650kg Max/Cruise Speed 225kmph/125-175kmph 220kmph/130kmph Communication range 250km 150km Service ceiling 22,000ft 27,500ft Endurance 12-15hrs 24hrs Payload 90kg 150kg Powerplant 150hp 100hp
I have seen picture of Rustom-1 with twin ATGM launcher. Bakhtiyar TB2(UCAV) is a improved version of Bakhtiyar 1.
Indian MoD Signed A Contract With Turkey’s TAIS Shipyards For 5 Fleet Support Vessels
The TAIS consortium, in partnership with HSL, won the Indian Ministry of Defence’s tender to design and build five FSVs (also known as Fleet Support Ship – FSS) for the Indian Navy in May 2019, but the contract was significantly delayed for cost and political reasons, including the Indian authorities’ dissatisfaction with Turkey’s active military and technical cooperation with Pakistan.
Prior to the selection of the Turkish TAIS project, HSL offered the Indian Navy to build FSVs in partnership with South Korea’s Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI), but eventually the HHI proposal was rejected by the Indian authorities for cost reasons.
The value of the contract signed back in February is 160 billion rupees (about $2.1 billion). The supply vessels will be built by HSL with the assistance of Turkish shipyards.
The TAIS consortium includes Turkish shipbuilding companies Anadolu Shipyard (ADiK, lead developer of the project), Istanbul Shipyard, Sedef Shipyard and Selah Shipyard. The construction of the first FSV is to begin at HSL in Visakhapatnam at the end of 2020 with the delivery to the Indian fleet in 2024, with the remaining four units to be delivered at 10-month intervals.
The TAIS consortium, in partnership with HSL, won the Indian Ministry of Defence’s tender to design and build five FSVs (also known as Fleet Support Ship – FSS) for the Indian Navy in May 2019, but the contract was significantly delayed for cost and political reasons, including the Indian...www.defencenews.in
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