Russian forces receive Orlan-10 UAS
The Russian Ministry of Defence has announced that a new batch of Orlan-10 UAS has been delivered to the Kamchatka UAV squadron of the Russian Navy's Pacific Fleet.
Orlan-10 UAVs support troop and force combat training in addition to a range of other unspecified tasks in the Pacific Fleet's responsibility zone, including tasks in the Arctic.
The range of tasks performed by Orlan UAVs as well as its operational territory will be extended in 2017.
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