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20 Comments on "IAF MiG-21 Bison Crashes, Pilot Killed"

starman
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starman
3 years 4 months ago

F#*K , IAF lost a good pilot

Why don't the airforce ground the MIG 21 permanently,

i mean it has to phased out in coming years , but that's risking more pilots lives

i don't understand why Mig-21 has to keep flying,

why should we wait till LCA joins IAF

no country plans to attack india in near time.

why should we risk more pilots

why IAF and defense Govt is so

INSENSTIVE

Mr. RA
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Mr. RA
3 years 4 months ago

For the remnant Mig-21's, the quality and system checks and rechecks after maintenance at all loads are a must.

sents
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3 years 4 months ago

Better replace it with LCA Tejas LSP-8. Will there be any difference?

amit
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3 years 4 months ago

Its all because DRDO and HAL are late in delivering LCA. I lost faith in their credibility. Ofcourse, Govt. to be blamed equally where SC/ST quota based system has mostly incompetent scientist trying to build a machine which they are incapable of.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 4 months ago

seems some enemy guns r present in uttarlai.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 4 months ago

@Amit – Morons like you have to bring in Caste/religion and every other loser attitude. If you had the brains, you'd be in DRDO and not be talking crap on these forums.

Abhiman
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Abhiman
3 years 4 months ago
The IAF is to an extent responsible for this unfortunate loss of the pilot's life. For heaven's sake, a watered down Tejas inducted nearly 2 years back would Not have hindered routine patrol duties and peacetime deterrence. It would've been far far better and safer than the MiG-21s. It could slowly have begun replacing the MiG-21 squadrons, thus reducing the possibility of such crashes and pilot deaths. Testing can go on on parallel, for the IoC-2, FoC-1 and other certificates. Neighboring Pakistan has immediately started replacing all its old J-7s and Mirages by the JF-17, even though it has been… Read more »
G.ELANGO
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G.ELANGO
3 years 4 months ago

V need sign mmrca quickly and increase to 200 and half imported from france so that v can retire mig21

Maxweb
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3 years 4 months ago

I think last few Mig 21 accidents involved Bison variants…Its time to replace them as soon as possible with LCA(whatever version it may be)…

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 4 months ago

Here goes one more….Bravo India!!

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 4 months ago
It's time for the Govt. to look into the replacement of the MIG-21 with a sense of urgency and mindfulness. One cannot blame this aircraft for not being safe if the IAF is forced to fly it beyond it's maximum servicable hours. If the MoD cannot efficiently finalize the 126 MMCRA, atleast look at current alternatives like adding Jaguars, buying 2nd hand Mirage 2000's. At the rate the MoD is going, we may have to bring out the Ajeeth's out of storage to save the day. We just cannot put our pilot's lives at stake or the Country's defence prepareness… Read more »
Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 4 months ago

Inexperienced pilots must not be allowed to fly Mig21 purely due to it's high speed and need for expert handling. Putting such supersonic jets in the hands of inexperienced pilots means suicide.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 4 months ago

The LCA has gone through more then 2000 tests and there has not been a single crash, Migs are crashing even after updates and yet the IAF likes videshi mall more.

rustom
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rustom
3 years 4 months ago

and DRDO and HAL still insist that they are on their threshold of delivering…and thus will cancel further deals and raise BOFORS like issues so that the armed forces face the brunt…

A detailed report on the plane should be made, what was the percentage of HAL made parts in it..and which part was faulty…if it was HAL produced..

rustom
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rustom
3 years 4 months ago

and DRDO and HAL still insist that they are on their threshold of delivering…and thus will cancel further deals and raise BOFORS like issues so that the armed forces face the brunt…

A detailed report on the plane should be made, what was the percentage of HAL made parts in it..and which part was faulty…if it was HAL produced..

Unknown
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3 years 4 months ago
I do not accept with last comment" inexperienced pilots should not be allowed to fly mig 21s as they are supersonic" the pilot who laid his life is not a novice but a top ranked pilot who might have flown this crap many a times. Boss these fighters are of our grandfather age. This reminds me of rang de basanti movie again. It is really terrible that even after more than one year of MMRCA selection our govt could not close the deal and LCA TEJAS no hope of it really. Until MOD does something this will repeat again and… Read more »
Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 4 months ago

All the migs should be grounded. Congis are not interested in pilots lives. Till date how many pilots killed and wives made widowed, children orphaned because of out of date migs??

Abhiman
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Abhiman
3 years 4 months ago

Mr. Rustom, please read my reply to your comment in the post titled, 'Unprecedented Number Of Our Systems On Threshold Of Operations': DRDO Chief'

For God's sake, if there is any sense left in the IAF, then they must base the first few production units of the Tejas at Uttarlai or Jaisalmer and not in Tamil Nadu. Otherwise, how many ore pilots shall have to eject / die before the Tejas is finally based at Rajasthan ??

rustom
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rustom
3 years 4 months ago
For Gods , countries and the armed forces sake…the IAF if it has to do anything is to stop trying to formulate strategies to UN-DO the Mis/I'll deeds of DRDO , HAL and the MoD etc. Today IAF is facing the brunt due to cheating, lying and forcing the nation to undertake decisions that were detrimental to the nation's security. The IAF had the sense though the above blogger may want to be oblivious to it and thus notified the govt for a trainer, envisaged a time frame for HAL /DRDO to deliver, envisaged the replacement of the 21s…and told,… Read more »
Abhid-d
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3 years 4 months ago
Arrey merey not-so Chuppe Rustom !! For the zillionth time :- 1) DRDO has NO hand in developing any trainer. It is solely and wholly an HAL project ! And no, HAL didn't even consult DRDO for that. 2 HAL is a dud organization, tha has purposely delayed the Tejas manufacture because it cradled its own pet IJT project. There was a lot of friction reported between HAL and DRDO because of this. 3 Due to this friction between HAL and DRDO, the latter has been lobbying the govt. for allowing the private sector into manufacturing. By the way, did… Read more »
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