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14 Comments on "Lovely Shot Of Tejas R-73 Missile Test"

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Anonymous
3 years 3 days ago

I am tired of achieving these milestones….

Post a news piece only when IAF has a at least 6 squadrons…

These achievements are for 'achaar' only.. as long as kickback hungry IAF/MoD officials are alive..

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Anonymous
3 years 3 days ago

thats odd, weapons release testing so late in the program shows the speed at which this whole project is going. Is FOC coming this month?

r-73 is fine, what about the r-27?
And what about ASM like Novator?

Parthasarathi
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3 years 2 days ago

How many days she will fire R 73s ? Why not BVR. missiles . ?

victor raj
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3 years 2 days ago

Good news but when is the FOC for Tejas?

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 2 days ago
I know perhaps my comment would not be shown but the fact is stop all the mirage upgrades and start two more production lines for Tejas MK2 , and quickly build it and get it certified by next September. say Au revoir to Rafale and built a twin engined Tejas MK 3 with front like Rafale and both engine separated and internal weapons bay and back like F 23 and that would be way better than Rafale and lot more cost effective. Keep some workforce to enhance the capabilities of these Tejas models as F15 , F18 and. F 16… Read more »
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Anonymous
3 years 1 day ago

By the end of 2014 tejas may be inducted after IOC 2. If all goes well still….even MIG 21Bison is overdue for retirement. From 500 crores to 25000 crores. Still Tejas yet to receive IOC 1. Keep fooling the nation.

dhruva
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dhruva
3 years 1 day ago

With just one missile firing, it is odd to think that Tejas is battle-worthy aircraft fit to enter squardon service….I guess IAF would be supremely unhappy to be saddled with an unproven aircraft

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 1 day ago

at least some assurance at last that it will join IAF.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
2 years 11 months ago

I am very sure the three worthies who have posted upto now do not understand development of 'system of systems'. Further, each of them would not have achieved anything of significance at all in their lives,otherwise they would not be talking nonsense like they have done.

sam wise
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2 years 11 months ago
@ Anonymous 10:49 LOL "developing system of systems" too has a deadline & time frame constraint you cannot keep developing a system of systems for two decades and flight test the systems for another 5 years & by failing to achieve required test parameters @ IOC1 & then postpone the test parameters to IOC2 & finally @ FOC they all say LCA Mk1 is under powered but there is LCA Mk2 in development to constitute LCA Mk1 shortcomings.I bet this is what we are going to hear from ADA by the end of 2014.It will take another 5-6 years for… Read more »
sam wise
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2 years 11 months ago
@ Anonymous 10:49 LOL "developing system of systems" too has a deadline & time frame constraint you cannot keep developing a system of systems for two decades and flight test the systems for another 5 years & by failing to achieve required test parameters @ IOC1 & then postpone the test parameters to IOC2 & finally @ FOC they all say LCA Mk1 is under powered but there is LCA Mk2 in development to constitute LCA Mk1 shortcomings.I bet this is what we are going to hear from ADA by the end of 2014.It will take another 5-6 years for… Read more »
sam wise
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2 years 11 months ago
@ Anonymous 10:49 LOL "developing system of systems" too has a deadline & time frame constraint you cannot keep developing a system of systems for two decades and flight test the systems for another 5 years & by failing to achieve required test parameters @ IOC1 & then postpone the test parameters to IOC2 & finally @ FOC they all say LCA Mk1 is under powered but there is LCA Mk2 in development to constitute LCA Mk1 shortcomings.I bet this is what we are going to hear from ADA by the end of 2014.It will take another 5-6 years for… Read more »
Sudip Das
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Sudip Das
2 years 11 months ago

@Anonymous Timbaktoo ,
I am delighted to read your comments , an indigineous platform in large quantity will act as a deterrent for China , only a technocrat can think this way , I am saying so because I am myself a practicing reliability engineer

Abhiman
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Abhiman
2 years 11 months ago
Mr. Sam Wise, deadlines make sense if requirements are not changed mid-way. But the IAF is notorious for doing exactly that. This forces the DRDO to go back to the drawing board to make changes. This is the root cause of all delays. If the IAF had a little sense, it would not have been so aloof during the development of the Tejas. It would've collaborated with DRDO at a far deeper level to get the machine they wanted. Today, the Tejas is a 4+ gen fighter jet that compares with the best in the world like Gripen C/D. The… Read more »
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