The Israeli air force has issued a tender to select an unmanned air system (UAS) for training purposes.
Until now, the air force’s UAS school has used operational vehicles drawn from the service’s different squadrons, which has caused problems as the units operate around the clock.
To rectify the situation, the air force will select one or more type of UAS that will serve for training purposes only.
The new tender provides another example of the growing importance of unmanned systems in the Israeli air force structure, and highlights the adaptations being made to allow the best integration of the equipment at its bases.
Source: Flight Global