Indias domestic military direct deployment to the Sino Indian border does not even have all the weapons

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 Indias domestic military direct deployment to the Sino Indian border does not even have all the weapons


According to Indias livefirstdefense website on August 8, two domestic light combat helicopters (LCH) flew from Bangalore to the Sino Indian border area last weekend to patrol between Indias front-line bases as part of Indias rapid deployment plan.

Indian light combat helicopter (LCH)

Reported that the deployment is in accordance with the requirements of the Indian air force. The report also admitted that the deployment of Indias domestic LCH helicopter is not equipped with enough weapons. This deployment is more symbolic, is a demonstration of Indias firm belief in domestic helicopters, and may also be the first deployment in the actual combat environment before the aircraft is officially commissioned.

According to the report, LCH helicopters had been tested in the Sino Indian border area for many years before, but the deployment is still of great significance. More importantly, the helicopter can be deployed all year round at high altitudes. Although the intention of this deployment is to demonstrate the capability of military power delivery, the fact that LCH helicopters do not have complete weapons is unavoidable. The helicopter lacks key anti armor missiles and air-to-air missiles, only equipped with 70mm rockets and machine guns.

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