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5 Comments on "LCA Tejas: The Official 2015 Update For #AeroIndia"
Shri Aroor why are people quite about the engine What is happening with collaboration with BHEL
AMCA is waste of public money without VTOL technology its just opportunity to sell,
GE, Boeing, SaaB and other US defense companies to sell their components so that, HAL can assemble at their premises,
& not to forget "Painting" which gives feeling of indigenous achivement
Hate the scribd reader. Can we get in another format.
Just cribbing about inefficiencies don't work. Instead of working for high paying jobs, go and work for HAL and try to fix. If you are not ready to do that let them work the way it does today and bring in marginal efficiencies slowly.
VTOL will put penalties on aircraft performance. We are talking about 4 ton's of weight for ability to go vertical. Once we get up in the air what's the use of that equipment?
why go to HAL and try to fix ??
when we can buy F-35 in 40 million USD from US directly ?? then why waste public money to assemble in India at HAL when they also negotiate parts from US companies ?
In fact it will be cheaper in future
if why VTOL then why HAL ? no need to insist on because its:
Navy (Carrier) friendly, Airforce & Army friendly
works in all climatic/ geo. condition & require less dependency on runway, quick to air etc. hundreds of reason to support it