Israeli company completes delivery of Hermes UAVs to Philippine Air Force

Israeli company completes delivery of Hermes UAVs to Philippine Air Force

 

All of them have been counted in and are ready for its Philippine service.

As reported by MaxDefense Philippines in its Facebook post said that it received confirmation from sources that the Philippine Air Force (PAF) has received the full delivery of the brand new Hermes 900 and Hermes 450 medium altitude long endurance (MALE) unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) from Israeli company Elbit Systems.

The Philippine Air Force said in a publication released June this year that it “is expecting the final delivery of two (2) Unmanned Aerial System composed of six (6) Hermes 900, Ground Control Station, Ground Data Terminal and other support equipment.”

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“This will further boost the ISR coverage in the entire country,” PAF noted.

The Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Level 3 Acquisition Project is part of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) Modernization Program.

Under the Modernization Program the requirement of the PAF is a 1 system of Hermes 450 and 3 systems of Hermes 900. Each system has 3 UAVs.

MaxDefense in the same Facebook post noted that the deal included 1 spare used Hermes 450 UAV.

 

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