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I thought this pod was mounted internally in the nose.
Its time to retire these planes. but then again with aquisitions taking as long as they do, I don't know if the IAF has the luxury to retire planes without reducing their strength.
Every thing here looks analog.
can u pl explain us about those monitors in 2 nd pic…..is it a simulator or else????? waiting for ur report about iaf nervousness abt uncle sams fighters….i hope u vl post it tomoro
Shiv, your livefeed to "IIT-Bombay's Nuclear Ramjet/Scramjet Research Concept" is going to a blank page…
Could you please correct it?
dont u think it would have been easier for them to show the digital readouts and gauges if they wanted to show digital gauges ……considering how its a computer (and hence digital) thats doing all the simulations
Now how about replacing the MiG-27's engines? That was mooted twice and cancelled twice. Their engines are what causes most of the crashes.
This is a waste of time and money, DARE should have developed systems to turn the MIG 21 and MIG 27 into UCAVs, like israel with its, 'plug and fly' system and US with the K-MAX unmanned helicopter!!!
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