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The ship will definately sail for 7 more years given a chance. But what about the Sea Harriers. They are probably not going to last that long. We are already down to the last 6 or 7 of them with 2 trainers and given their crash statistics, its unlikely they will last 7 years.
How many Harriers do we have currently? Do we at least have 16 to maintain one squadron?
Harriers? What Harriers, what the IN really needs is the F35 VSTOL (not that Mig junk)
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