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Is the production line of Jags still on ?
Hi ShivI've been following your blog for some time now. Pl accept my compliments for exceptional pictures and above avg written content. Me being in service still , wearing the blues , can not effectively add to your blog BUT would like to thank you for a very precise reporting.
kumar: thanks for the kind words. we're all very proud of our men and women in the forces.
CAN ANY ONE HELP ME OUT WITH THE TECHNICAL SPECS OF BOTH THE JAGS?
the 3rd pic is amazing but the aircraft insignia spoils it(for me).
dont u think our aircraft insignia is way too big?
its called the roundel and fin-flash. I wonder what the reason is for the large fin flash on the Jags..most other air forces are going towards low-visibility markings.
ya it looks out of proportion
HAL has poor taste for color/scheme. TD models of LCA is one such example,
Generally I do not post on blogs, but I would like to say that this post really forced me to do so! really nice post.
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