With further drone sightings at bases, the German military will take action, according to the media

April 9, 2023



(RT)

The German military is planning to purchase more anti-drone systems to protect its bases from incursion by unidentified surveillance UAVs. This is due to increased sightings of “suspicious” drones over the country’s military facilities in recent months. The Bundeswehr currently operates HP-47 jammers, which allow it to take control of an incoming UAV and force it to land, crash or fly back to the operator to reveal their location. The German military owns some 1,500 properties across the country, including barracks, training ranges and administrative buildings. Berlin has promised to supply 18 Leopard-2 main battle tanks and 40 Marder infantry fighting vehicles to Kiev, and the Ukrainian authorities claim that the hardware is going to be used in a major counteroffensive against the Russian forces sometime in spring. Moscow has long decried deliveries of weapons and ammunition to Ukraine by the US, UK, Germany and other EU nations, arguing that they only serve to escalate and prolong the fighting, while failing to change its ultimate outcome.

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