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India’s first unmanned air system intended for an optional strike role is all set to make its long anticipated first […]
India’s home-built Tejas light fighter will finally be formally in squadron service with its primary customer, the Indian Air Force, […]
A modified Indian Air Force Su-30MKI flew today for the first time with a BrahMos-A supersonic cruise missile on its […]
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I read in a article that dhruv's are very much capable of high altitude missions.. if that's true why are we only using 15+ dhruv's in op.Rahat???
I read in a article few years back that the dhruv's are very much capable of high altitude missions…But why are we deploying only 15+ dhruv helicopters in op.rahat???
Are the mi17v's more suitable for these types of missions??
SARANG team helping out?