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5 Comments on "Finally, The Russian Knights Arrive At Aero India"
The spacing between aircraft appears to be off in the 2nd photo from top.
Would have loved to see AMCA flying by now. Should have set off doing twin engine fighter project in 2005 build up on learnings from Tejas. Things are lost if we do not keep continuity in research and development.Anyone listening in Defense ministry and IAF?
hi did the knights perform? anybody has any info. planning to go tomorrow
Are these Su 30Ms or Su 35s?