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11 Comments on "Revealed: The LCA Tejas That The IAF Has Chosen"

Ankit Kumar
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Ankit Kumar
6 months 28 days ago

And what about the aircraft cannon. Will it be a part of Mk1 specs or the coming SP series will sport it ?

Further when can we see the FOC ?

Venkat
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Venkat
6 months 27 days ago

all product developments are like this. The user needs to begin to use it, then feedback provided to improve in an agile manner. So IAF & HAL can plan a tranche every 20 planes a squadron. By the third squadron most of the rough edges will be sorted out. Then the first can be upgraded or retired/cannibalised for spares.
Great to see the positve news.

Mango Man
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Mango Man
6 months 27 days ago

Hi Editor,

The F414-GE-INS6 engine and its induction into the LCA is required regardles whether IAF wants it or not. This is Simply because that a stronger Engine is a mandatory requirement given by the IN for the Naval LCA Project.

Manne
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Manne
6 months 27 days ago

Amjad Sabri, huh? Interesting choice of filename for the LCA “ghoul” image. 🙂

Rudra
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Rudra
6 months 26 days ago

Any idea on the timeframe for MK1A and the weight reduction planned for MK1A?

Sudip Das
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Sudip Das
6 months 20 days ago

Why can’t the RWR of SU-30MKI developed by DRDO BE USED for LCA Tejas,

Sudip Das
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Sudip Das
6 months 20 days ago

Russians have very good jamming technology, why doesn’t DRDO develop SPJs in collaboration with the Russians

dalji
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dalji
3 months 25 days ago

Just as Pakistan is fabled to possess a paint that converts anything painted into pakistani equipment india seems to want a magic wand like in Cinderella which converted the pumpkin into a horse driven carriage

Indoaryan
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Indoaryan
2 months 25 days ago
The mark 2 Tejas need to be at least 1.5 metre longer , front canards, improved fuel capacity , thrust vectoring and radar evading features included. It needs a whole lot of improvements, some major ones requiring redesign work. But knowing Indian scientists it will take another 30 yrs. to introduce these improvements. That is one reason IAF is reluctant to go for the Tejas Mk.2. At this point in time giving up on Tejas will finish the Indian Aircraft industry for ever. While our adversary across the Himalayas is testing the fifth gen. air crafts. It is wise to… Read more »
Sidd
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Sidd
2 months 16 days ago

IAF,DRDO,HAL has fucked up Tejas and LCA

Indoaryan
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Indoaryan
2 months 4 days ago

?, didn’t get u r point, please explain ! Always remember it is the very first Indian attempt to design and build a fighter . I do admit it has taken far too long to come this far though.

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