17 Desember 2014
UAV Wulung TNI AU (all photos : Defense Studies)
State-owned PT Dirgantara Indonesia (PTDI) aim to deliver eight indigenously developed Wulung tactical unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) systems to the Indonesian Air Force (TNI-AU) within the next 12 months, a company official confirmed to IHS Jane's on 16 December.
"The plan is to deliver three Wulung UAVs and a remote ground control station to the TNI-AU before the end of this year and then another eight UAVs in 2015," said the official. Additional remote ground stations will also be delivered to the TNI-AU in 2015, he said. The total requirement is expected to reach a squadron of 12 UAVs, although this has not yet been confirmed.