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The joint Georgian-Polish drone production venture, Delta WB Ltd, have demonstrated their first units of Warmate and Flyeye loitering munition and reconnaissance, as well as grenade drones that will be mass produced, starting in April 2023. The aimed output is 1500 drones per year. Some other products were also shown, like portable anti-drone guns/devices.
The tests were attended by the Georgian PM and WB Group director.
Today the Georgian military celebrated their 32nd anniversary.
Some changes were observable.
Apparently all Didgori variants are being equipped with either M2 Brownings or Mk 19s as primary and M240s as secondary weapons.
Remote weapon stations mounted on the mortar carrier version of the Didgori 'Warrior".
More small arms sights. At least for sof.
Not much or real changes, but material wise, things seem to move forward a little. Though at a snails pace. A veeeery slow snail.
The military at large is evidently in the process of being equipped with Deltas more recent protection kits ( carrier and belt but apparently not the "aiframe" helmet yet ), to replace the older, comparably cumbersome plate carriers from the last decade. Other changes were a new variant of the latest Didgori and new vehicle decals.
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