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Polish Company WB Electronics delivers 100 Warmate Loitering Munition to the Special Forces of the Indian Army

Source : IgMp Bureau

Polish Company WB Electronics delivers 100 Warmate Loitering Munition to the Special Forces of the Indian Army
A Warmate loitering munition on display., Polish Ministry of Defense



Polish Company WB Electronics has delivered 100 Warmate Loitering Munition to the Special Forces of the Indian Army.

The Warmate is powered by an Electric Motor and it can carry a maximum payload of 5.7 kilograms and has an operational radio line of sight range of 30 kilometers that makes it suitable for small targets.

It can be launched from a vehicle as well as from a ground installation and has a maximum speed of 150 kilometers per hour.

In 2020, the Indian Army issued a Request for Information (RFI) for 100 loitering ammunition systems that are man-portable and can be used to take out personnel or soft skin targets. Warmate can carry two types of a warhead – high-explosive and thermobaric. WB Electronics claims it can also be equipped with a laser warhead and has a maximum speed of 150 km / h.

The larger requirement for loitering ammunition will be fulfilled by the Indian companies that have developed loitering ammunition but are currently going through Army trials.

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