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I am delighted…….
Woooohooo Awesome sight. Wish to see LCH doing the same along with WSI Dhruv. 😀
Cant see anything ..its been such a long time
Dear Shiv, The links are broken in IE and not visible in Firefox. Could you repost the links? Managed to see the videos on Youtube though – very nice! Keep up the good work. Noticed that the last 2 rockets fired (in video 2) followed a different trajectory than the previous ones even though there was no re-orientation of the helicopter. Are the rocket pods independently targetable or was it a misfire?
@Shiv, The links are broken in IE and not visible in Firefox. Could you repost the links?
ALH looks awesome
Glad to see it.
Hi Shiv,Will the HAL Dhruv WSI be used only as a prototype or the Indian army plans to induct the Weaponised Dhruv in it's Aviation brigade.
Seems like rockets from the second video are inaccurate and toddling their path (not all but few of them).
From which company they braught the pods.
VJ @ 5:57pm, those are tracer bullets interleaved with regular bullets. The tracer's glow tells the gunner if his aim is correct.
I dont think they are tracer bullets you see parallel lines of them.It must be rocket pods as the previous poster said. It beats me why they move to the right. Was it intentional or problem with the pods?
ALH looks awesome Thank you so much for posting exclusive Video.
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