“Lieutenant General AK Suri, Director General & Colonel Commandant Army Aviation Corps carried out live firing from Rudra Helicopter during his visit to Aviation Brigade and lauded all Army Aviators for combat readiness. #IndianArmy #StrongAndCapable,” Additional Directorate General of Public Information (ADGPI) tweeted.
The ALH Dhruv has now been converted into a Weapon System Integrated platform that can fire anti-tank and rockets against adversaries.
The Indian Army operates a number of squadrons of the indigenous chopper which includes both weaponised and transport variants.
The ALH Dhruv is helping the Indian armed forces to fulfil their requirements for carrying a significant amount of supplies and men to forward positions in both northern and western borders.