The Foundation for Competent Assistance to the Army "Return Alive" purchased Atlas unmanned systems for the AFU.
What we know
A corresponding message appeared on the foundation's Facebook page. We are talking about 100 complexes. They include 300 drones, as well as tablets and repeaters. The amount of the deal is 5,000,000 euros. According to the foundation, this is the first large purchase of drones of this class.
The drones Atlas are manufactured by a Latvian company. They boast a secure communication channel, as well as a high-quality thermal camera for night surveillance. By the way, some of these drones have been already transferred to Ukrainian armed forces.
Source: Turn Live
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