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    Guru

    Any idea how much we are paying for this batch of 6? The first batch of 6 was for $1.06 Billion which translates to $180/C-130J. Qatar paid $393.6 Million for 4 C-130J in 2008, same year we ordered ours. Link below-

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/10/07/AR2008100703034.html

    Why we do we pay more for the same thing? For the C-17, for the C-130J and for the AW-101 also.

    Well, atleast we know why we paid more for the AW 101. When will we know for the others?

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    Anonymous

    Good that the IAF is adding more C-130-J's to it's inventory. It would seriously make sense to have atleast 20 of these aircraft considering their effectiveness.

    Shiv, any updates on INS Vikramaditya? Eager to know what is happenning on it sea trails…

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  3. 3

    Anonymous

    Looks good, wonder even US have such camo.

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  4. 4

    RajanPalta

    Looks Cool… Thumbs Up !

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  5. 5

    Shubham

    Makes sense that they have this camo,will be useful as the second batc of the C-130J will be operating in the North East terrain, being based out of Panagarh..

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    Anonymous

    i think the AF is doing all it can to pull off an OBL type raid in the future….the only problem is we're a couple of stealth troop transports short…

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  7. 7

    Anurag

    Sweet…..

    IAF should return back to camos

    I miss the blue camo of first batch of Su -30Mk's, those were the best

    wondering why MKI's didn't wore it….

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    Biswajit Pattanaik

    IAF should also make use of Digital Camouflage on its aircrafts' for better protection.

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