Photo by Maxim Vorkunkov/SEVMASH
It’s a typically turbulent time for Indian aviation/aerospace — a vaunted, meandering quest for fighter jets, domestic aircraft programs yearning […]
Nearly four years after the Indian Army received clearance from the Ministry of Defence to sign up for 118 of […]
Thirty days ago, the Indian government kickstarted the latest of its serially failed attempts to procure thousands of new assault […]
damn, she looks a wreck! are we seriously going to sail that lump of scrap for 30 years? god bless those who will have to.
Hey its not hat bad, its undergoing overhaul yaar..wait till its painted!
Did we pay so much just for the paint? (smile!)
Yes, if you really think that carrier is a “lump of scrap “
How is it that there isn’t a single photograph of the Vik with yard workers crawling all over it?
Don’t you see? they’ve all climbed down for a group photograph!
so many well dressed workers!
indian navey should scrap the accasation and buy american carrires at least we can opperate the future aircraft like the f-18 and in future the f-35’s we can also base the hawkeyes and the s-76 instead of russian garbage. modern survice needs up to date fighting material not visiable out of date russian crap. please take the loss becouse the russians will keep asking for more money ..learn from this. we all make mistake.
and I though my house was rusting 😛
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *