RMAF To Boost UAV In Future

A Southeast Asian country, Malaysia looking to enhance its maritime surveillance capabilities. Malaysia Air Force intending to utilize progressed unmanned aerial vehicle or UAV in air defense as an important component. The country will use UAV especially in monitoring national waters in future. According to the information of the sources, Royal Malaysian Air Force will make utilization of UAV in vital territories such as the Sulu Sea near Sabah, Straits of Melaka and the South China Sea.

Air Force Chief, Tan Sri Affendi Buang said that the data assembled from UAV can be imparted to other related security powers branches. Airforce Chief also added that the RMAF additionally working on UAV capacities to meet the present nation needs to be separated from being outfitted with innovations. Buang additionally expressed that present UAV’s furnished with advanced innovation with a more extensive flying extent which would be reasonable to the necessities of national security.

In 1958, the Royal Malaysian Air Force or RMAF shaped as the Royal Federation of Malaya Air Force. The Royal Malaysian Air Force works a European, Russian and American made flying machine.

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