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    Shubham

    That's a great move! also brings back a lot of nostalgia 4 me.. not that i have served in the air force – my dad did. As a 6 year old i was witness to an amazing fly past of the then brand new Mirage 2000s into the 7 battle axes squadron in Gwalior. Bravo IAF- keep going from strength to strength, current challenges notwithstanding!

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    ASWANI KUMAR TS

    That's great of Sukhois joining the operational strength of Gwalior as I am now going back to the great memories of the flying machines(MIRAGE-200) taking off at six 'o' clock in the morning where i had been during 1996 to 2001.All the best wishes for the Indian Air Force. May the IAF touch the Sky with Glory.

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    Firoskhan

    All the very best to Air Cmde N Yadav and his team. During my days in the Gwalior sqn's it was only Mirage 2000's now..the SU30's..Great going Gwalior..Touch the sky..and beyond..Jai Hind

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    Anonymous

    touch the sky and beyond?

    hmmm…Firoskhan sir seems to
    indirectly indicate that the
    Gwalior Air Force Base will,
    in the future, house some
    "Space Fighters" (beyond sky),
    and i hope it does one day…

    best of luck to IAF Tigers

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    Pushkarnath Tikoo

    India needs much bigger air force to create deterrence against the china, and Pakistan will be covered automatically.in future India is going to play bigger role in south and east Asia as the Chinese assertiveness is increasing day by day which is going to have adverse effects on our interests and security in particular.However at present we have to rely upon our limited MATERIAL/technological resources. Besides this motivation, dedication, perseverance and flying/fighting skills of our gallant fighter pilots is our real stength. MY full respects for our airforce. JAI INDIAN AIR FORCE /JAI HIND .

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