Wednesday, March 31, 2010

India's Light Combat Helicopter (LCH) Takes 1st Flight

India's indigenous Light Combat Helicopter (LCH) has flown for the first time. The helicopter, which was test-flown on Monday, successfully hovered for 15 minutes. The LCH is based on technologies developed for India's Dhruv Advanced Light Helicopter. The LCH will be equipped with missiles in addition to its nose-mounted cannon. It will be able to take out tanks and other armoured vehicles in addition to giving battlefield support to Indian military formations.

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India's indigenous Light Combat Helicopter (LCH) has flown for the first time. The helicopter, which was test-flown on Monday, successfully hovered for 15 minutes. The LCH is based on technologies developed for India's Dhruv Advanced Light Helicopter. The LCH will be equipped with missiles in addition to its nose-mounted cannon. It will be able to take out tanks and other armoured vehicles in addition to giving battlefield support to Indian military formations.

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So thats the Indian LCH, gotta admit,
it ain't no Apache but can still keeel.

Looks a little though.

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