China Wants To Deploy Helicopter Drones Along Indian Border As Tensions Soar

3,500 Kms of disputed land have have been a potential flashpoint between emergent superpowers China and India on and off for decades: Now at this critical time the heat is rising. MH

MAY 26, 2020

China drone India

By Tyler Durden

“The test flight of the AR500C came at a time when China-India border tensions have been flaring up, as Chinese border defense troops have bolstered border control measures,” the tabloid said.

An AR500C helicopter drone was tested at an AVIC facility in Poyang, East China’s Jiangxi Province, in which it conducted several aerial maneuvers on Wednesday (May 20).dafeng cao@dafengcao

Footage, first flight of AR500C highland UAV, designed for recon, electronic-recon and comm-relay. …

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Chinese air defense expert Fu Qianshao told the tabloid that the helicopter drone does not need a traditional airstrip with long runways, allowing it to be easily deployed in more rugged areas:

The maiden flight of the AR500C marked a significant technological breakthrough in fields such as rotor and engine design,” Fu said, adding that, “thin air on plateaus usually makes it difficult for aircraft to fly.

Global Times specifically notes the arrival of AR500C comes as tensions flare-up on the China-India border. Both sides have been massing troops and remain locked in stand-off positions at several points:

India and China are preparing for more turbulence on the border. Several weeks ago, dozens of Indian and Chinese soldiers were injured in a cross-border clash involving fistfights and stone-throwing at a remote but strategically important mountain pass near Tibet.

The violent clash is the first between the two countries since 2017, and it seems border disputes between the nuclear-armed neighbors are not going away anytime soon.

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RT News reported on Sunday that 800 to 1,000 Chinese troops have crossed into India — certainly, a move that will escalate tensions between both countries.

Source: ZeroHedge

Martin comments: “Fistfights and stone throwing”? A strange and almost surreal blend of high tech and primal warfare brewing between these two. Scary to think that they possess nukes, eh?

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